Mark Miller's file:

Democrat from Wisconsin

Mark Miller, a Democrat, is the majority leader of the Wisconsin state Senate. Representing the Madison area, he has served in the Senate since 2005. He previously served in the state Assembly from 1999 through 2005. He became majority leader after a June 5, 2012 recall election shifted control to Democrats.

Recent statements involving Mark Miller

"Nearly 14,000 Wisconsinites have lost their job since Governor Walker and the Republicans took over in January."

"Republicans enacted the most drastic cuts to K-12 public schools of any state in the nation."  

"Abraham Lincoln (once) jumped out of a window in the Illinois Legislature in order to deny a quorum."  

Recent stories featuring Mark Miller

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