Patricia Billie Miller

State Representative
145th District: Stamford
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Appropriations, Education, Government Administration and Elections
Previous Positions
Stamford Board of Representatives
B.S., Moravian College
Public Financing
Patricia Billie Miller, a Democrat, voted for the first-term agenda of Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy with a notable exception: Her vote against the decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana in 2011. She voted for the governor's first-year tax increase of $1.5 billion, the repeal of the death penalty, two minimum-wage increases and a mandate on certain private employers to offer paid sick days.

She voted for the 2013 gun controls passed in response to the shooting deaths of 26 children and staff at Sandy Hook elementary school in Newtown and the 2016 law requiring gun owners to surrender their firearms within 24 hours of being served with a temporary restraining order in domestic violence cases.

Miller was elected to the city's Board of Representatives in 2007, a year before her election to the General Assembly. She has been a deputy speaker since the start of the 2013 session.

Miller lives in Stamford with her husband, Robert. They have two children.
Election history
Miller won an open seat in 2008, succeeding Democrat Christel Truglia.
Most recent election
Patricia Billie Miller D 52013
Francky Trofort R 1125
Francky Trofort I 95
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