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State Representative - 36th District

Kentucky legislative power is vested in a House of Representatives and a Senate, which together form the "General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky."Duties: The Legislature makes the state’s laws, determines the duties and services of government and provides for their execution, and levies taxes and appropriate funds for the support of government operations.The House of Representatives consists of 100 Representatives.Terms: Representatives are elected for two-year terms in even numbered years.Qualifications: At the time of election, a representative must be at least 24 years of age, a citizen of Kentucky, resided in Kentucky for the 2 years preceding the election, and the last year thereof in the county, town or city, for which chosen.

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    Jerry T. MILLER
    (Rep)

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Contact email jerry@jerrytmiller.com
Twitter @jerrytmiller
Current Job I am retired, but work part-time as a Kentucky State Representative
I want to continue to secure highway construction funding to keep pace with the rapid growth of my district. In addition, I intend to continue to pursue policies that will allow our economy to grow and ensure that everyone who wants to good paying job can secure one. Finally, i intend to continue to fight to ensure Kentucky's retirement systems are restored to fiscal health so that retirees don't have to worry if their pensions checks will continue. The last budget was the first since the Patton Administration that fully funded all the retirement systems.
I am knocking on the doors of thousands of my constituents to ask them to vote. By election day, I will have knocked on over 7,000 doors. In additon, I sent post-cards to new residents reminding them that October 9 is the last day to register to vote in the November 6 election.