Steve Miller

Steve Miller represents Idaho’s Legislative District 24 Seat B as a Republican in the House of Representatives, covering the rural areas of Twin Falls, Gooding, and Camas Counties. Miller manages his family’s organic farm and has public service experience, including roles on the Camas County P&Z, as County Commissioner, and eight years in the Idaho State House of Representatives District 26 Seat A from 2012-2018. He currently serves as Vice Chairman on several key committees and is committed to fostering economic health and robust educational opportunities in Idaho.

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News • Clark Corbin, Idaho Capital Sun • 02/02/2024

Friday’s budget showdown included an awkward dynamic where Grow and JFAC’s vice chairs, Sen. Carl Bjerke, R-Coeur d’Alene, and Rep. Steven Miller, R-Fairfield, joined with members of the Idaho Freedom Caucus and Sen. Ben Adams, R-Nampa, to vote against all 14 budgets that passed on Friday.

News • Clark Corbin, The Spokesman-Review •

Five Republicans – Pickett and Reps. David Cannon, R-Blackfoot; Clay Handy, R-Burley; Steve Miller, R-Fairfield; and Jack Nelsen, R-Jerome – joined all of the Democrats who were present in voting against the bill.

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