Jim Miller is running for the State House in the 145th District, representing Bucks County.
Jim Miller is a longtime resident of his community and an experienced public servant. Jim is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and served as West Rockhill Township Supervisor. While he was Township Supervisor, he increased infrastructure funding, improved municipal energy efficiency and handicap accessibility, and converted the Township’s buildings to 100% solar energy. Currently, Jim serves as Chairman of the Pennridge Regional Police Commission, as Vice President of the Bucks County Association of Township Officials, as a board member of the Bucks County Planning Commission, and as the Bucks County Commissioner’s Subcommittee for Environment, Energy, and Sustainability.
As a State Representative, Jim will work to hold polluters accountable, stop privatization of municipal water systems, and to promote a green, clean energy economy. Jim will also work to protect our democracy and advocate for expanding mail-in voting to make voting accessible to all Pennsylvanians.
We believe Jim will be a fierce advocate for democracy and for the environment in the State House, and we urge the voters of the 145th District to send him to Harrisburg in November.
Paid for by Conservation Voters of PA Action Fund.