About Drew Gray Miller
Drew Gray Miller is the Libertarian candidate for the 18th U.S. Congressional District and is a political centrist, who will offer Southwestern PA voters a third party option for those seeking a fiscally conservative, socially liberal candidate, and an alternative to the divisive politics being pushed by Republican and Democratic politicians.
Drew Miller served as Legal Counsel to the Majority Whip of the Pennsylvania Senate where he researched laws and regulations, drafted legislation and helped resolve constituent issues. There, he learned about government agencies and the inner-workings — and sometimes, ineffectiveness — of government. It is this knowledge which would make him an excellent congressman.
Currently, Drew is an Energy Attorney and former Realtor with both corporate law firm and government experience. He has been practicing law for over a decade and advises clients on government laws and regulations, as well as legal matters involving real estate, title, leases and agreements of sale. Drew has extensive experience drafting certified title opinions for energy companies, as well as drafting and reviewing real estate contracts, negotiating real estate deals, and representing buyers and sellers in large-scale transactional matters.
Miller is an experienced, passionate community leader, serving as Board President of one of the largest human services organizations in Allegheny County, where he advocates ending homelessness and hunger.
Drew Miller obtained a B.S. in Broadcast Journalism from the prestigious S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and a Minor in Political Science where he studied at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. In addition, he also obtained a J.D. from the Widener University School of Law in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He chose to attend the Widener University School of Law (now known as the Widener University Commonwealth Law School) because of its excellent reputation in educating students about government and preparing them for a career in public service.
He is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania, Florida and the District of Columbia, as well as in front of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Drew was born and raised in the Pittsburgh area and still lives in Southwestern Pennsylvania with his wife, French Bulldog and Chihuahua/Pug rescue dog.