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  • Writer's pictureJoe Lyons

State Representative Melanie Miller Seeks Second Term in the Ohio House


 

ASHLAND, OH - State Representative Melanie Miller has officially filed to run for re-election for her second term in Ohio House District 67. Her office represents both Ashland County and western portion of Medina County. Miller was first elected in 2022, where she first won by 32 points in a three-way primary. She went on to win the general election by over 40 points.

 

“I want to ensure that Ashland and Medina Counties have a strong, influential voice in Columbus. That is why today, I filed petitions to continue working for our local communities and families in the state legislature,” said Representative Miller. “It’s an honor and privilege to serve my constituents of the 67th District, and I look forward to being their voice as we work to lower taxes, protect our children, and make Ohio a safer and better place to live.”

 

Representative Miller has a Bachelor of Arts from Cleveland State University. A recipient of the Ashland County Women of Achievement Award and a graduate of the Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Ashland program, Melanie is also a Northern Medina County Chamber Alliance member. Melanie serves on the Economic and Workforce Development Committee along with three other committee assignments. She and her husband, Matt, have been married for 16 years, and he currently serves as the Mayor of the City of Ashland.


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