Carol Miller, U.S. Representative for West Virginia

Carol Miller

U.S. Representative for West Virginia

Carol Miller was born in November 1950 in Columbus, Ohio. She earned her undergraduate degree in history and political science from Columbia College in South Carolina. She owned a bison farm, which she managed until she was elected to the U.S. Congress.

She served in the West Virginia House of Delegates prior to winning election to the U.S. House of Representatives. She has served in her current role since 2019.

Representative Miller is married to Matthew and has two children. She is a Baptist.

In the News…

Congress is considering emergency funding to assist with the restoration of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge, which recently collapsed when a cargo ship lost power and collided with one of the bridge supports.

The Key Bridge is an important artery for transport and trade that impacts neighboring Virginia and West Virginia. The Port of Baltimore, over which the bridge crossed, is the funnel for vast amounts of trade.

Responding to the question of the economic implications, Representative Carol Miller of West Virginia said, “Of course it will affect trade. I’m worried about the families and all of the inconvenience that will occur because the bridge is gone. It was such a good link.”

Contact this Leader…

Did you pray for Representative Miller today?  You can let her know at:

The Honorable Carol Miller 
Representative for West Virginia 
465 Cannon House Office Building 
Washington, DC 20515


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