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Washington Post declares ‘Craig Miller looks like the nominee’ to face Kosmas
Today the Washington Post released their rankings of the Top 30 races likely to change party control in the fall. Florida’s 24th district was ranked #25 on the list. The statement read:
Florida’s 24th (D): Freshman Rep. Suzanne Kosmas’ (D) 16-point victory over Tom Feeney (R) in 2008 was a bit deceiving as this central Florida seat is a very competitive one. (John McCain won with by two points in 2008 even as he was losing statewide by three.) Republicans have a crowded-and late-primary but former Ruth’s Chris steakhouse CEO Craig Miller looks like the nominee.
“I think this just validates that Rep. Kosmas has been a disappointment to the voters of the 24th and they are looking for a change,” stated Craig Miller. “My campaign is hard at work, taking nothing for granted to be the Republican nominee that will beat Kosmas in November. It’s time someone stands up to Obama and Pelosi and stands beside the voters of the 24th District.”
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.
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