U.S. Congressman Max Miller’s Week in Review

Mar 18, 2024

WASHINGTON, D.C.U.S. Congressman Max Miller (OH-07) split last week between Washington, D.C. and the 7th Congressional District. Here are highlights of the Congressman’s engagements for the week of March 11 through March 16. 

MONDAY, March 11 

  • Congressman Miller met with Cleveland City Councilman Kerry McCormack in his Washington D.C. office. The Congressman and Councilman discussed ways they could continue to work alongside one another to make Northeast Ohio a better place to live.  

TUESDAY, March 12 

  • Congressman Miller participated in a roundtable with Members of the Antisemitism Taskforce and former Congressman and current CEO of the American Jewish Committee, Ted Deutch, and discussed the rise of antisemitism and the findings of the recent State of Antisemitism in America 2023 report.  
  • Congressman Miller participated in the Republican Steering Committee’s meeting to populate the vacancy on the Energy & Commerce Committee left by Former Congressman Bill Johnson’s retirement. The Congressman advocated for several of his freshman colleagues who sought the seat. The Steering Committee selected Congressman John James (MI-10), to fill the seat.  

WEDNESDAY, March 13 

  • Congressman Miller gave a speech on the House Floor celebrating the outstanding career of Julia Sabin and her contributions to Northeast Ohio. Sabin recently retired from The J.M. Smucker Company after more than 40 years.  He and Rep. Emilia Sykes (OH-13) also hosted Smucker family members and members of the company’s board for lunch in Ms. Sabin’s honor. 
  • Congressman Miller met with the Principal of Rocky River High School, Rob Winton, at his Washington, D.C. office. They discussed the importance of supporting students in their schools and communities and ensuring all children have access to adequately funded public schools.  
  • Congressman Miller and his staff met with members of the Ohio Soybean Association to discuss the status of the Farm Bill and the importance of protecting crop tools and chemistries.  

FRIDAY, March 15 

  • Congressman Miller visited the Brunswick Middle School’s Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) class to learn more about the prestigious program and the school’s efforts to grow interest in these subject areas. During the visit, Congressman Miller interacted with the students and met with Principal Susan Palchesko as well as STEAM instructors Kelly Harrison and Megan Gubanich.  
  • Congressman Miller toured Brunswick Auto Mart alongside owners Gary, Bryan, and Geoff Panteck and Brunswick Economic Development Director Grant Aungst. Brunswick Auto Mart, a family owned and operated business, opened in 1990 and has grown to include 5 standalone buildings and employ more than 300 people.  
  • Congressman Miller met with key Brunswick leaders to discuss the city’s needs and what the Congressman can do to advocate for them. Attending the meeting was Brunswick City Manager Carl DeForest, Brunswick Police Chief Robert Safran, Brunswick Fire Chief Greg Glauner, and Brunswick Economic Development Director Grant Aungst. 
  • Congressman Miller attended the grand opening event of Ciao Bella Beauty Bar in Medina. He was accompanied by State Representative Sharon Ray, Medina County Commissioner Aaron Harrison, Medina Mayor Dennis Hanwell, Medina City Councilwoman Regi Haire, Main Street Medina Executive Director George Sam and Medina Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jaclyn Ringstmeier. 
  • Congressman Miller voted in the 2024 Primary Election.  
  • Congressman Miller attended the Fish Fry event at St. Vladimir Orthodox Cathedral. The Congressman met with many constituents, including Ukrainian advocacy leaders Marta Kelleher and George Jaskiw, and enjoyed delicious food prepared by the community.  

Editor’s note regarding Congressman Miller: 

Congressman Max Miller represents Ohio’s Seventh District which includes Medina and Wayne counties as well as parts of Cuyahoga and Holmes counties. Miller serves on the House Agriculture Committee and the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, for which he is also Chairman of the Environment Subcommittee. The Republican freshman members selected Miller as their representative to the Republican Steering Committee.  He is a member of the Republican Study Committee, Main Street Caucus, and the Congressional Jewish Caucus. Before joining Congress, Miller spent six years in the Marine Corps Reserves and served in several senior positions for President Donald Trump. Please visit http://maxmiller.house.gov for more information.                                         


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