Citizens for Chris Miller
23326 E. CR 1960 N.
Oakland, IL 61943
Citizens for Chris Miller News
State Rep. Chris Miller (R-Oakland) would like to see a greater cross-section of individuals making the decisions that matter most in Illinois.
State Rep. Chris Miller (R-Oakland) says his constituents are being unfairly targeted by the new gun dealers licensing bill signed into law by Gov. J.B. Pritzker.
Newly elected state Rep. Chris Miller (R-Oakland) takes his position seriously.
State Rep. Chris Miller (R-Oakland) uses a biblical analogy to describe Illinois almost totally being left in the hands of Democratic lawmakers.
Miller calls state's pension system 'simply unsustainable'
State Rep.-elect Chris Miller laments that Illinois is becoming home to what he calls a "monolithic" population.
State Rep.-elect Chris Miller says Gov. Bruce Rauner was his own worst enemy in his failed reelection bid and all his finger pointing in the aftermath is just an attempt to save face.
Citizens for Chris Miller, a candidate committee, reported receiving $78,465.69 from July 1 through Sept. 30, according to its third quarter report to the Illinois State Board of Elections.
State Rep.-elect Chris Miller of Oakland points to news that just over 19,000 state retirees received pension benefits totaling nearly $2.4 billion in fiscal year 2018 as yet another example of how taxpayers are victimized in Illinois.
Chris Miller jokes that his new job in Springfield requires too many of the same tools he uses on his downstate farm.
State Rep.-elect Chris Miller is clear about what he hopes his time in Springfield will represent.
Chris Miller can finally exhale. After two days of fasting and prayer, the Oakland farmer scored a convincing win over Democrat Shirley Bell in the 110th District.
Chris Miller wants voters to know their choice in the 110th District state House race when they head to the polls on Tuesday.
With just days remaining before voters go to the polls, Chris Miller is hoping Illinois residents have come to understand all the code language emanating from Springfield.
Chris Miller takes exception with any plan calling for higher taxes, especially in the face of what he and others see as such wasteful government spending.
Chris Miller warns House Speaker Mike Madigan’s campaign gift of $768,000 from the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees union (AFSCME) comes at a hefty price for Illinois taxpayers.
Chris Miller understands the frustration of the growing number of residents now helplessly thinking of fleeing Illinois due to high taxes and government dysfunction.
Chris Miller argues Mike Madigan is just playing his typical political game by pretending to support a policy he has long opposed.
Republican House candidate Chris Miller believes a mileage tax would be a needless burden on the people of his community.
Chris Miller’s campaign platform includes the assurance his independence will never be for sale.