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Rep. Brad Miller (D-N.C.)

  • District: 13th District, North central -- parts of Raleigh and Greensboro
  • Residence: Raleigh
  • Born: May 19, 1953; Fayetteville, N.C.
  • Religion: Episcopalian
  • Family: Divorced
  • Education: U. of North Carolina, B.A. 1975 (political science); London School of Economics, M.S.C. 1978 (comparative government); Columbia U., J.D. 1979
  • Military Service: None
  • Political Highlights: Wake County Democratic Party chairman, 1985-87; sought Democratic nomination for N.C. secretary of state, 1988; N.C. House, 1993-94; defeated for re-election to N.C. House, 1994; N.C. Senate, 1997-2002; U.S. House, 2003-13
  • Elected: Elected: 2002 (5th term)
  • Committee Assignments: Financial Services (Capital Markets & Government Sponsored Enterprises; Financial Institutions & Consumer Credit; Oversight & Investigations); Science, Space & Technology (Energy & Environment - Ranking Member; Investigations & Oversight)
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State Information: 13th District, North central -- parts of Raleigh and Greensboro

Election History
Year Election Candidate Votes Percent
2010 general Brad Miller (D) 116,103 55.5%
William Randall (R) 93,099 44.5%
2008 general Brad Miller (D) 221,379 65.9%
Hugh Webster (R) 114,383 34.1%
2006 general Brad Miller (D) 98,540 63.7%
Vernon Robinson (R) 56,120 36.3%
2004 general Brad Miller (D) 160,896 58.8%
Virginia Johnson (R) 112,788 41.2%
2002 general Brad Miller (D) 100,287 54.7%
Carolyn Grant (R) 77,688 42.4%
Alex MacDonald (LIBERT) 5,295 2.9%
Vote For President
Year Democrat Republican Independent
2008 Barack Obama: 59% John McCain: 40%
2004 John Kerry: 53% George W. Bush: 47%
2000 Al Gore: 50% George W. Bush: 49%

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