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Jackson H. Miller (R)

Jackson H. Miller

Office Sought: House of Delegates, District 50
Age: 39
Residence: Manassas.
Education: BS, urban planning, Virginia Commonwealth Univ.; graduate, transportation officers course, U.S. Army, Fort Eustis.
Occupation: City Council member; Realtor, Christopher Real Estate Co.; officer, Prince William County Police Department.
Web site: http://www.miller4delegate.com
E-mail address: info@miller4delegate.com

Elected offices/civic activities:

Member, Manassas City Council, 2004-present; president, Prince William County Police Association, 2002-03; member, Grace United Methodist Church, Manassas; member, Manassas City Republican Committee; member, Fraternal Order of Police, Battlefield Lodge; p

Why should voters elect you?

"As a councilman and policeman, I have heard personally and understand thoroughly the citizens' concerns. My experience makes me the best candidate for the 50th."

What do you think is the most urgent problem facing your jurisdiction?

"As a police officer, I am faced with the growing problem of illegal immigration every day. As a member of the Manassas City Council, I see the effects of illegal immigration on our public facilities. I will support legislation to give localities the tools they need to address these issues and start alleviating the strain placed on our communities. For example, I will work to give local law enforcement the authority to detain and process for deportation illegal immigrants who have committed crimes."

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