Miller: “If you’re going to change DC, you have to change the people that are there.”
Anchorage, Alaska. October 4, 2010 — The Joe Miller for U.S. Senate campaign recently released new statewide television and radio ads (click here). The ads highlight Miller’s biography as a decorated combat veteran, husband and father. They also emphasize Miller’s views on the need to rein in government spending and create jobs for Alaskans. Miller says, “In the Senate, I’ll fight the incumbents’ endless spending and tax hikes.” Miller promises to work to free up Alaska’s resources and help create Alaskan jobs. Miller concludes, “If you’re going to change DC, you have to change the people that are there.” The radio ad states that Miller is “a fiscal conservative who has the courage and the ability to stop the big spending and bailouts in Washington.”
Joe Miller is the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate. Joe is a graduate of West Point and Yale Law School, a decorated combat veteran from the First Gulf War, a former state magistrate and federal magistrate judge. He and his wife Kathleen are the proud parents of eight children and live in Fairbanks where he is a practicing attorney.