Rick Miller - Candidate For Texas House District 26

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Candidate Details
Rick Miller - Candidate For Texas House District 26
First Name: 
Rick
Last Name: 
Miller
Biography: 

Distinguished Military Career, Businessman

-- U. S. Naval Academy, Bachelor of Science Degree 1968
-- Pitcher on 1st United States Olympic Baseball Exhibition Team – Summer ’68 Mexico
-- Highly decorated Naval Officer and Aviator, distinguished thirty-year career includes
-- Senior Fellow on Chief of Naval Operations Strategic Studies Group
-- Masters in National Resource Strategy
-- Office of the Secretary of Defense
-- Special Assistant, Joint Chiefs Staff in the Pentagon
-- Founder and President, TREVANIONGROUP, LLC. corporate leadership development

Fort Bend Community Leader

-- Sugar Land Regional Airport Policy Board
-- Rotary Board of Directors
-- Sugar Creek Baptist Church Finance Committee
-- Chaired Rotary Veteran’s Tribute ’05, ’07, Honoring America’s Heroes 2011

Republican Party Leader

-- Fort Bend Republican County Chairman (2007-2011)
-- Chaired State Party Nominations Committee; Member State Party Platform Committee
-- Delegate to State and Senatorial Conventions, Precinct Chairman
Party Affiliation: 
Republican
Contact Info
Primary Phone: 
+1 (832) 971 7444
Address: 
Rick Miller Campaign
P.O. Box 17102
Sugar Land, TX 77496
Phone: 832-971-7444
Survey Responses
Survey Title Survey Responses
Survey - Texas State Races
AGREE - A) Use DPS or Texas State Guard to assist in protecting the border and providing resources to Sheriffs along the border.
AGREE - B) Support state legislative efforts or local ballot initiatives to repeal all sanctuary/safety zones in the State of Texas.
AGREE - C) Companies should be at risk of losing business licenses for failing to properly identify lawful employees using E-Verify or similar resource.
AGREE - D) Need to implement the re-introduction of the teaching of the trades in our public schools.
AGREE - E) Require use of E-Verify or similar resource as a condition for a contract with a state or local governmental entity.
AGREE - F) Use 10th Amendment powers to limit the use of executive orders by the President to fully align with the U.S. Constitution.