Rep. Aaron Miller was first elected to serve the 59th District in the Michigan House of Representatives in 2014 and is currently serving his third and final term. Located in southwest Michigan, the 59th District encompasses the entirety St. Joseph County and most of Cass County, including the city of Dowagiac and the townships of Calvin, Jefferson, LaGrange, Marcellus, Mason, Newberg, Penn, Pokagon, Porter, Volinia, and Wayne.
Rep. Miller serves as the majority vice chair on the House Appropriations committee and chairs the School Aid subcommittee, the Michigan State Police subcommittee, the Department of Education subcommittee, and the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs subcommittee. Additionally, he is a member of the Transportation subcommittee.
After graduating from Sturgis High School in 2006, Miller graduated from Western Michigan University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education focused in political science and mathematics. He earned a Master of Education in School Administration from Bethel College in Mishawaka, Indiana, in 2014.
Rep. Miller was a middle and high school mathematics teacher in addition to coaching tennis, track and cross country. He served for two years as his church’s youth leader.
Aaron and his wife, Alexandria, were both born in Sturgis and have lived in the area ever since. They currently reside on the south side of Sturgis with their daughters Jael, Leah, and Anna. They attend Grace Christian Fellowship in Sturgis.