Congressman Max Miller
Join us on Tuesday, February 13th from 6:30 - 9:00 pm at Salazar in Logan Circle for a discussion with Congressman Max Miller of Ohio. Admission is free to both members and non-members, but please RSVP below if you plan on attending. We promise a night of thought provoking discussion with your favorite LGBT Republicans over drinks and complimentary appetizers.
Max Miller is serving his first term as the U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 7th Congressional District. He is a proven conservative fighter who unapologetically puts God, family, and country above himself.
Max is a proud husband to his wife Emily and father to their beautiful daughter Ruth. They live with their two dogs – Gus and Wyn in Rocky River. They are proud to call the Buckeye State home.
Growing up in Northeast Ohio, Max learned the value of hard work from his father, Abe, who owns an American cap manufacturing company in Cleveland. He saw first-hand the destruction to Ohio's middle class by politicians and corporations who abandoned the American Dream in favor of cheap, exploitative foreign labor. Max shares the frustration of Northeast Ohioans as drugs pour over our southern border making their way into our local communities while Congress and the Federal Government stand idly by.
Before running for Congress, he served four years in the White House as Director of Presidential Advance and as a Senior Advisor to President Donald J. Trump. Max served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve for six years.
Max takes vigorous action and pushes for commonsense policies that put Ohio and America First. He proudly fights for the 7th District, is their voice in Congress, and is laser-focused on the issues that are hurting the district the most -- inflation, high gas and grocery prices, fentanyl overdoses caused by an unfettered southern border, supporting law enforcement, and bolstering American energy security.
A Northeast Ohio native, Max earned his bachelor’s degree from Cleveland State University before joining the United States Marine Corps Reserves.
February 13, 2024 at 6:30pm - 9pm