Miller sounded unlikely to take another shot at the seat. He told Roll Call that he was focused on making sure his family’s dry-cleaning business stayed afloat in tough economic times.
“With the change in the district, I imagine people will come out of the woodwork” to run for the seat, Miller said. “Me personally, I’m not that all that excited about it. I’m more concerned with keeping everybody at work right here and making sure our business keeps going.”