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Joe Miller
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Politician
    (May 10, 1967- )
    Born in Osborne, Kansas
    Attorney and politician
    Ran for the United States Senate representing Alaska against Republican incumbent Lisa Murkowski
    His name sounds very generic.
    His father was a minister.
    During his run for the Senate in 2010, allegations were made that when Miller served as a part-time magistrate judge, he had violated nepotism rules by hiring his wife, and he was criticized because she collected unemployment compensation after being forced to quit the job.
    One of his major cases as Borough assistant attorney involved successfully defending the borough's levy of a tax increase on the companies (which is hypocritical for someone who opposes tax increases).
    In 2008, he misused the Borough's computers for political purposes.
    Despite winning Alaska's Republican primary for US House of Representatives, he lost to Democratic incumbent David Guttenberg.
    He opposes abortion, same-sex marriage, increase of the minimum wage, and just about every issue ultraconservatives disapprove of.
    He supports a repeal of the Seventeenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which would return the election of US Senators to the state legislatures.
    He has said that scientific evidence for global warming is 'dubious at best.'
    He stated at a town hall meeting that he believed East Germany was an example of a nation taking effective measures to control the flow of people across a border.
    Despite virtually losing in the election to write in candidate Murkowski, he refused to concede the race going, as far as challenging the recounts in court.
    He even asked the federal court to throw out all write-in ballots that did not correctly spell Murkowski's name (which is essentially taking away a voter's intention for a candidate).
    He is endorsed by former Alaska governor Sarah Palin.
    He attended both West Point and Yale.
    He served in the US Army during the first Persian Gulf War.
    He earned a Bronze Star for leadership in combat.
    In 2008, he received a master's degree in Resource and Applied Economics from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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