Libertarian Party Nominates Candidate for 18th Congressional District Special Election

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The Libertarian Party of Allegheny and Washington Counties unanimously nominated Pittsburgh attorney Drew Gray Miller to be the Libertarian candidate for the 18th Congressional District Special Election taking place on March 13, 2018.  The seat became vacant upon the resignation of Congressman Tim Murphy.

Drew Gray Miller, a political centrist, 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.

“The more the Republicans and Democratic politicians work against each other, the weaker our nation becomes,” said Miller, “In the end, respect and compromise will unite us, bringing new opportunity and advancement to all citizens.  As an independent, I will focus on diligently working for you to ensure that every citizen has a voice and a seat at the table.”

As former Legal Counsel to the Majority Whip of the Pennsylvania Senate, Miller gained experience in navigating the complex intricacies of government agencies – resolving an average of 1,000 constituent issues per year – and researching and drafting legislation, making him the only candidate in this 18th Congressional District race with both a legal background and legislative drafting experience. 

Miller is also an experienced, passionate community leader, serving as Board President of one of the largest human services organizations in Pittsburgh, where he advocates ending homelessness and hunger.

If elected, Drew Gray Miller will work to serve the needs of the 18th Congressional District, forging community-focused, fiscally responsible solutions while minimizing government interference in citizens’ private lives.