Miller, chairman of Democratic Caucus, sworn in for fifth term
HARRISBURG, Jan. 5 – On Tuesday, state Rep. Dan Miller, D-Allegheny, was sworn in for his fifth term as state representative of the 42nd Legislative District.
“As always I am grateful for the opportunity to serve my community, especially with so many key issues that still need to be addressed by the legislature,” Miller said. “Hope is -- God-willing -- on the horizon, but the inequities and challenges laid bare by COVID-19 are massive. We must work tirelessly to not only return more people to work and school as safely and quickly as possible, but we should strive to improve opportunity for everyone across the board.”
Miller was unanimously elected by his colleagues to serve as Democratic Caucus chair for the 2021-22 legislative session. He previously served as chair of the Allegheny County House Democratic Delegation and as a member of the Education, Judiciary, Human Services, and Labor and Industry committees.
The 42nd Legislative District consists of Mt. Lebanon Township, Dormont Borough, Castle Shannon Borough, Baldwin Township, and parts of Pittsburgh and Scott Township.
Miller will continue to maintain his constituent service office at 650 Washington Road Suite 102 in Mount Lebanon. The office may be reached at 412-343-3870. He also invites residents to visit his website – www.pahouse.com/Miller -- which has links to information on state services and includes a form that allows constituents to contact him.