Jason Miller is a candidate for Frederick County Council at-large. The primary election is June 26.
Why are you running for office?
I am running for County Council At-Large so that responsible and pragmatic problem solving can be placed over petty partisanship. I believe this approach to local government can lead to lower taxes, better living, and a more prosperous future for Frederick County families and businesses.
What's the biggest issue facing Frederick County? How would you address it?
The biggest issue facing Frederick County is infrastructure deficiencies. The County Council needs to focus on projects relating to county roads, county school construction, and wiser county development.
What changes, if any, would you propose if elected?
I would offer a resolution declaring Frederick County a non-sanctuary county in the State of Maryland.
What is one thing you would do differently from other challengers?
As a true conservative, I would reject any charter amendment that allows the County Council to spend your tax dollars. I believe that responsible economic adjustments cannot be achieved by allowing the County Council and the County Executive to spend your tax dollars independently.
How do you plan on working with people with views different from your own?
I will disagree with them without being disagreeable.