Brett Miller is running for re-election as State Representative.

 

A lifelong Pennsylvanian, Brett Miller is committed to continuing the 41st

District’s proud tradition of straight-talking, reform-minded leadership in the

Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

 

Born in the Poconos region, Brett moved to Lancaster County nearly 30 years

ago, right after completing his graduate degree.  Career-wise, Brett has

helped thousands of students walk the path to maturity as a school guidance

counselor, first at Garden Spot School District for four years, and then for the

next 21 years at Warwick School District.  Always one to care for and

challenge the students to grow in knowledge, strength and character, Brett

has consistently been drawn to roles where he can be of service to others.

Brett is married to his wife, Jennifer, a 4th grade teacher with the Lancaster

Mennonite School.  The Millers have put down deep roots in their East

Hempfield neighborhood, attend church in Manor Township, and believe that

the beauty, the vitality, and the community-mindedness of the 41st district

make it an excellent place to live.

 

Brett is a social and fiscal conservative and has sought to bring a respectful

and common-sense approach to local government. 

 

In his previous service as an East Hempfield township supervisor, Brett has

earned a reputation as a true friend to the taxpayer.  Recognized for his

leadership skills, he was elected by his peers to serve as board chairman for

four years.  In this role, he was responsible for leading the board in setting

policies and direction for the management of a $14 million budget, 66 full time

employees, public safety services, public infrastructure needs, traffic

management and public recreation.  Beyond his work as a supervisor on the

local level, Brett was also appointed and elected to leadership positions in

county and statewide governmental organizations, which only deepened his

understanding of how to make government work.   

 

Through tough choices, wise management, and a considerable dose of

courage, Brett led Lancaster County’s second-largest township from facing a

dismal fiscal outlook to a sizable surplus – all without raising taxes or cutting

services.  

 

On the personal side, Brett is a long distance runner who has competed in

and finished eight marathons. He’s a member of the NRA, a Penn State

football fan, and a pretty decent guitar player.

 

Brett holds principal and counselor certifications from Penn State University

and Millersville University, and has earned a Master’s degree and a

Bachelor’s degree from Liberty University.