Meet Darrel Miller

Darrel Miller for Congress

When I ran for congress in 2014, I emphasized over and over where the parties had common ground on issues to begin finding a way forward. How has our country gone so far, so fast in the opposite direction? The 2018 elections almost beg for new people to step forward as candidates and offer more productive alternatives. Building on common ground is still the only way forward. It just doesn't appear to be the current approach.

US HealthcareLearn more about this issue →

With the failure of Republicans to unite around a healthcare plan, there may be the seed of bipartisan measures to stabilize markets in the Senate healthcare committee. This doesn't fix healthcare, but neither does it accept the administration's threat of ending cost-share-reduction payments and helping the ACA fail. Senator Durbin is right when he says it's time for both parties to sit down and solve healthcare.

Immigration ReformLearn more about this issue →

Soon after taking office, the President said we are only going to deport the bad "ombres". Now, after the deportation of hundreds of otherwise law abiding illegal immigrants, the head of ICE has announced that if you are a non-citizen without a good visa, you should be worried. People can rightly debate how we came to have 11 million undocumented immigrants, but this is not our country's finest hour.

The Farm BillLearn more about this issue →

Every five years congress revisits and rewrites a Farm Bill. America's farmers are facing their biggest challenges since the 1980's. At present, the proposed Farm Bill appears to remain more or less the same. More "outside the box" thinking is called for in 2018.

Sign the Petition for the 2018 Primary!

Want to see Darrel’s name on the ballot? Help us collect the signatures required for registrations. The the petition signing instructions below.

1. Print the petition (below). A petition cannot be signed online.

2. Sign and fill out one line. Invite anyone else in the 18th district to sign on the remaining lines.

3. All ten lines do not have to be filled in. Even one signature is a contribution.

4. You are now the “circulator” on the petition. Fill in your name, address, and then “Democratic” in the last blank before the “circulator’s signature” line. Sign there.

5. Then each sheet needs to be notarized. Do not write in the “sheet number”.

6. Mail to Darrel Miller at the address at the top before Nov. 29.

Download & Print Petition Here