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George Miller


Picture of George Miller
CA Blue Book
Date Party Office Votes Result
03-25-1969 Democratic SD-07 61121 Loss
11-05-1974 Democratic CD-07 83054 Win
11-02-1976 Democratic CD-07 147064 Win
11-07-1978 Democratic CD-07 109676 Win
11-04-1980 Democratic CD-07 142044 Win
11-02-1982 Democratic CD-07 126952 Win
11-06-1984 Democratic CD-07 158306 Win
11-04-1986 Democratic CD-07 124174 Win
11-08-1988 Democratic CD-07 170006 Win
11-06-1990 Democratic CD-07 121080 Win
11-03-1992 Democratic CD-07 153320 Win
11-08-1994 Democratic CD-07 116105 Win
11-05-1996 Democratic CD-07 137089 Win
11-03-1998 Democratic CD-07 125842 Win
11-07-2000 Democratic CD-07 159692 Win
11-05-2002 Democratic CD-07 97849 Win
11-02-2004 Democratic CD-07 166831 Win
11-07-2006 Democratic CD-07 118000 Win
11-04-2008 Democratic CD-07 170962 Win
11-02-2010 Democratic CD-07 122435 Win
11-06-2012 Democratic CD-11 200743 Win

Candidate Biography:

Born: May 15, 1945 in Richmond, CA
Married: Cynthia Caccavo Miller
Children: George* and Stephen
Family: Son of George Miller Jr.

1969-1974: Legislative Assistant, State Senate Majority Leader George Moscone
2008: Delegate, Democratic National Convention

  • No relation to Congressman George P. Miller
  • George Miller was a 1996 Primary candidate for AD-11 (Lost).
  • PLACENAME: The Congressman George Miller Bridge is the bridge that carries I-680 traffic north between Solano and Contra Costa counties. The southbound traffic is carried by the "George Miller Jr. Bridge" (which was named for his father).