Interview with Rep. Borris Miles

State Rep. Borris Miles

State Rep. Borris Miles is in his second term representing HD146, though his terms were not consecutive. He knocked off longtime Rep. Al Edwards in 2006, lost a rematch in 2008, then won again in 2010. He will face Edwards for a fourth time this May. Miles is a former police officer who owns an insurance agency in the Third Ward. In the 2011 session he championed criminal justice issues, among other things, and asked to serve on the Ag Committee so he could work on bills pertaining to urban agriculture. He succeeded in getting three such bills passed, though one was vetoed by Governor Perry. We talked about that and many other topics:

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4 Responses to Interview with Rep. Borris Miles

  1. joshua bullard says:

    state rep borris miles should win this race with great distance,heres why,i witnessed this guy everywhere in his district in 2011 and 2012,he is active with his voters and he truly cares about his community,unlike his opponent he doesnt just show up to campaign when its getting close to watch night,rep borris miles has delivered for the voters and will get my vote,i encourage all to do the same and send rep borris miles back to austin.

    my vote goes to Borris Miles
    joshua ben bullard

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