Mike Miller

State Representative Legislative District 11 Seat B

Biography & Background

I am an Idahoan mountain man that has lived in the city of Caldwell for the last 15 years. I am a conservative Christian, husband, and father of 3 homeschool boys. I have worked as a public servant for 15 years. I love working our family’s mining claim in North East Idaho, shooting, and spending as much time as possible in the beautiful Idaho wilderness. I want to preserve the conservative nature of Idaho for my sons and future generations.

Top 3 Issues:

1. The number 1 issue of my platform is medical freedom. Neither the government, your employer, nor your kid’s school should be able to force you to get a vaccine. I believe in this so wholeheartedly, that I stood my ground with my employer and was fired for standing up for my religious beliefs. I will not allow my government to control my actions through fear.
2. The number 2 issue on my platform is for the support of small businesses. No business should be told they are “not essential” and forcefully be closed. I have been able to get multiple businesses their licenses back after the local government illegally revoked their licenses because of COVID. I believe that WE the people should choose what businesses we deem essential through our purchasing dollars.
3. We must promote conservative principles in Idaho. We must block government overreach and oppressive regulations in Idaho. We must drastically reduce our dependence on federal dollars that come with many attached strings that we in Idaho do not agree with. We also must take steps to defend our 2nd Amendment rights that are under attack by the ATF and the NFA.

Integrity in Affiliation

Submission: Yes

“I have read the Idaho Constitution and the Idaho Republican Party Platform. I support the Idaho Republican Platform and accept it as the standard by which my performance as a candidate and as an officeholder should be evaluated. I certify that I am not a candidate, officer, delegate or position holder in any party other than the Republican Party.”