Craig Miller: “We must pass a Balanced Budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution”

ORMOND BEACH – Businessman and Veteran Craig Miller, candidate for District 6’s Coastal Congressional District, today signed the People’s Balanced Budget Amendment pledge calling for a Balanced Budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The pledge is sponsored by the organization Miller would join Congressman Bill Posey who has also signed the pledge.

“I believe we have a moral responsibility to ensure Washington has to balance the Nation’s checkbook, just like working Americans have to,” stated Miller. “Our debt is so large that we owe $50,000 for every man, woman, and child. This is unsustainable and unfair to future generations like my two small grandchildren. It is time that government live within its means. Since Washington politicians can’t even pass a budget, much less one that’s balanced, we must ensure their hands are tied to do the right thing.”

Craig Miller to Senator Nelson: “Stand with Business owners/job creators and against NLRB”

ORMOND BEACH – Businessman and Veteran Craig Miller, candidate for the District 6 Coastal Congressional District, today called for Senator Bill Nelson to support Senate Joint Resolution 36. This measure comes in response to a recently finalized regulation by the National Labor Relations Board to radically shorten the time between when a union petition is filed and when employees vote on it. The measure shrinks the time period for employers’ to educate their employees on union elections from, on average, 41 days to 15 days.

“We know that the National Labor Relations Board and recess appointees Richard Griffin and Sharon Block stand solidly with President Obama and his pro Union cronies and against business owners and job creators in this country,” stated Miller. “Senator Nelson has the chance to represent those that invest in America vs. those that are seeking to influence Union elections. I urge him to stand up for American businesses instead of the NLRB and their giveaways to Big Labor. Continue reading