Seminole County Republican Craig Miller, candidate for District 24’s U.S. Congressional Seat, today announced that he has filed the necessary paperwork with Florida Division of Elections and has officially qualified as a candidate for Florida’s 24th Congressional District.
“I know that strong growing businesses create real sustainable job growth and big government destroys them,” said Miller. “Unlike my opponent, Suzanne Kosmas, and the current Democratic leadership in Congress, I and most Americans know that we can’t tax and spend our way to prosperity. My opponent’s reckless spending and ‘government knows best’ approach is not only wrong – it is dangerous. It is not consistent with how our country was founded and not consistent with my core values and beliefs nor those of the citizens of Central Florida.”
When Craig was just 13 he went to work washing dishes at the Neptune Restaurant in Rockledge, Florida. He graduated from Cocoa High and served in Vietnam. He was stationed at McCoy and Patrick Air Force Bases. He met his wife Susan while working at the Colony Theater in Winter Park and then graduated from UCF. Craig led Pizzeria Uno and Ruth’s Chris Steak House – creating thousands of jobs and building hundreds of restaurants across America. Craig lives in Seminole County with his wife Susan and is the father of three grown children and one grandchild. His mother and sister still live in Brevard County.
The longest-tenured writer at BizPac Review, Tom grew up in Maryland before moving to Central Florida as a young teen. It is in the Sunshine State that he honed both his passion for politics and his writing skills.