Cook County Commissioner Donna Miller Files for Reelection

Cook County Commissioner Donna Miller Files for Reelection

Cook County Commissioner Donna Miller Files for Reelection (Chicago, IL)— Cook County Commissioner Donna Miller filed four times the required petition signatures for the June 28, 2022 primary election. Miller is currently completing her first term representing Cook County’s 6th District which consists of over 30 municipalities located in the South and Southwest Suburbs.

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“As the sole Commissioner that resides in the Southland, I have made it my priority to ensure that the issues facing the residents in the 6th District are heard on the Cook County Board. Most importantly, I wanted to make sure that my district is offered the same services as any other communities across Cook County,” Miller said.

“As a very diverse district, I have made it my mission to work with federal, state, and local
leaders and organizations to bring services to our region.”

Miller has proven herself as a champion for the South and Southwest Suburbs during her first term through her work to help secure economic investments, ensure COVID relief services, support small businesses and working with first responders.
Miller’s First Term Highlights include:
• Secured millions in grant funding was awarded to the 6th District for justice assistance,
FEMA, public assistance, and other vital programs
• Secured funding for small businesses impacted by the pandemic
• Miller led the charge and played an instrumental role in coordinating food drives,
partnering with the USDA and local agencies to provide food resources for thousands of
families
• Providing CPR training for County Employees and focusing on health education and
disparities
• Ensuring local COVID testing and vaccinations in response to the pandemic
• Highlighting community activities and services provided in the Forest Preserves

Miller added, “I am proud of the work I have accomplished over my first term, but there is more work to do. I am very honored to receive this early support of residents across my district duringthe petition phase. I look forward to continuing to address the issues that face Cook County and our region.”

Miller currently serves as Chairman of Contract Compliance the Forest Preserve District Board. She is Vice Chairman of Contract Compliance Committee, Veterans Committee and Workforce, Housing, and Community Development Committee on the County Board. Miller has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry. As a resident of Lynwood, she is married to Dr. David Miller and has two sons, Daniel and Donovan. Miller’s current endorsements include:
US Senator Dick Durbin
US Congressman Danny Davis
US Congresswoman Robin Kelly
Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul
Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White
Illinois Senator Elgie Sims
Illinois State Representative Anthony Deluca
Illinois State Representative Bob Rita
Illinois State Representative Debbie Meyers-Martin
Illinois State Representative Justin Slaughter
Illinois State Representative LaShawn Ford
Illinois State Representative Marcus Evans
Illinois State Representative Nick Smith
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle
Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegy
Cook County Commissioner Stanley Moore
Cook County Commissioner Alma Anaya
Cook County Commissioner Bill Lowry

Cook County Commissioner Brandon Johnson
Cook County Commissioner Bridget Degnen
Cook County Commissioner Bridget Gainer
Cook County Commissioner Dennis Deer
Cook County Commissioner Frank Aguilar
Cook County Commissioner John P. Daley
Cook County Commissioner Kevin Morrison
Cook County Commissioner Larry Suffredin
Cook County Commissioner Luis Arroyo, Jr.
Cook County Commissioner Scott Britton
Cook County Board of Review
Commissioner Larry Rogers, Jr.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart
Chicago Heights Mayor David Gonzalez
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot
Chicago Ridge Mayor Chuck Tokar
City of Harvey Mayor Christopher J. Clark
Chicago Treasurer Melissa Conyears-Ervin
Country Club Hills Alderman Ricardo Spivey

Homewood Mayor Richard Hofeld
Oak Forest Mayor Hank Kuspa
Park Forest Mayor Jon Vanderbilt
Rich Township Supervisor Calvin Jordan
Sauk Village Mayor Derrick Burgess
South Chicago Heights Mayor Terry Matthews
Village of Dixmoor Mayor Fitzgerald Roberts
Village of Flossmoor Mayor Michelle Nelson
Village of Glenwood Mayor Ron Gardiner
Village of Matteson President Sheila Chalmer-Currin
Village of Midlothian President Gary L’Heureux
Village of Richton Park President Rick Reinbold
Village of South Holland President Don DeGraff
Village of Thornton President Bob Kolosh
Village of Tinley Park Mayor Michael Glotz
Village of Worth President Mary Werner
The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150

Contact:
Giavonni Nickson
Campaign Coordinator
708-607-2320
giavonni.nickson@gmail.com

Cook County Commissioner Donna Miller Files for Reelection

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