GENESEE COUNTY, MI– Genesee County resident and retired businesswoman, Candice Miller, Republican, has announced she will be running for U.S. Congress against Democrat Dan Kildee in Michigan’s newly redrawn 8th Congressional district.
“When I grew up, we said a prayer, pledged allegiance and honored our freedom. Today, under the Biden-Kildee agenda, our future generation is taught to hate America, our freedoms are being threatened, and Washington wants to control everything we do.” Miller says she is a Chrisitan, Conservative, Patriot, Trump supporter, and the candidate who will put America first. “As a mom, grandma, and everyday citizen, I’ve had enough. I’m running for Congress to make sure Washington reflects the 8th District’s values.”
Miller was instrumental in her family’s petroleum business, one of the first self-service fuel stations, that her father started in the mid-sixties. “My father taught me the skills of business, and the American dream, despite government regulation,” Miller said.
Miller said she is honored to share the same name as another prominent Michigan Republican, Candice Miller. “Although we have the same name, I am my own person and my character, principles, and solutions are what the voters will consider in the very critical election.”
Miller believes that the Kildee family name has been recycled in Michigan’s Congressional seat for far too long, and we are seeing the same failed results. “It’s been nearly five decades. I’m not a politician, and I don’t pretend to know everything, but I will cast my vote in Washington for the best interests of the American people. Kildee has shown himself to be nothing more than a vote for Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden,” Miller said.
Miller says her campaign is focused on stopping governmental mandates and wasteful spending, improving infrastructure, securing our borders, and giving every citizen a shot at the American dream, while reinvigorating a love of country. In addition, Miller wants to focus on providing all students with a quality education, free from indoctrination. “Our educators should be teaching our students how to think, not what to think. All while ensuring parental rights,” Miller said.
“I’ve had enough of the extreme left control, and I feel the need to speak for the majority of the American people with common sense. It is time for the politicians to get out of the way and let the people run our country,” Miller said.
Aside from Candice Miller, also running for U.S Congress is Republicans Paul Junge, Matt Seely and Greg Wilkinson.