WINONA, Minnesota (WXOW) - District 31 state Senator Jeremy Miller plans to run for re-election.
Miller released a statement that he would seek a second term. He was first elected in 2010 as the youngest member of the Minnesota Senate.
During his first term, Miller cites his property tax relief help for farmers and getting a tax reciprocity agreement re-established with Wisconsin.
He currently is the Vice Chair of the Higher Education committee. He's a member of the Agriculture and Rural Economies, Capital Investment, Environment and Natural Resources, and the Jobs and Economic Growth committees.
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