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John Miller (Virginia politician)

John Miller
Member of the Virginia Senate
from the 1st district
Assumed office
Preceded by Marty Williams
Personal details
Born (1947-12-09) December 9, 1947 (age 66)
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Sharron Kitchen Miller
Profession Journalist, Educator
Committees Education and Health; General Laws and Technology; Rehabilitation and Social Services; Transportation
Religion Roman Catholic

John C. Miller (born December 9, 1947 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania) is an American politician. A Democrat, he was elected to the Senate of Virginia in 2007. He currently represents the 1st district on the Virginia Peninsula, which comprises the city of Poquoson, parts of York County, and the cities of Hampton and Newport News.


Senator Miller has a reputation of working diligently with other members of the General Assembly, regardless of party affiliation. He is a founding member of the Commonwealth Caucus, a bipartisan effort to put Virginia above party affiliation on important issues facing the Commonwealth. Other members of the Commonwealth Caucus include Senators Ralph Northam (D-Norfolk), Richard Stuart (R-Westmoreland) and Jill Vogel (R-Winchester).

External links

  • Senator John C. Miller official government site
  • Senator John Miller official campaign site
  • Project Vote Smart
  • Financial information (state office) at the National Institute for Money in State Politics
  • Campaign contributions at the National Institute for Money in State Politics (2001 House of Delegates)
  • Profile from Virginia Public Access Project

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