Miller wins GOP nod in 110th House
Chris Miller has won the Republican nomination over Terry Davis in the primary for the 110th District.
With more than 98 percent of the precincts reporting, Miller received 9,867 votes or 64.86 percent of the votes, and Davis received 5,346 votes or 35.14 percent of the votes.
Miller is an Oakland resident and third-generation farmer. His campaign has revolved around imposing term limits, creating jobs, lowering property taxes, making Illinois a more business-friendly environment, and upholding the First and Second Amendments.
Another important issue for Miller is reversing the outward migration of Illinois families.
“Families that aren’t able to move are sadly encouraging their relatives that aren’t strapped to Illinois to dodge this state as quick as they can,” Miller told the East Central Reporter earlier this year. “So, (House Speaker) Mike Madigan and his Chicago minions are not only losing productive taxpayers, but they are also tearing close-knit families apart.”
The 110th District includes Cole County, as well as all or parts of Clark, Crawford, Cumberland Edgar and Lawrence county.