Delegate Warren Miller currently represents Northern Howard County in the Maryland House. He is looking forward to meeting and working with residents of South Carroll County (District 9A). Warren is a fiscal conservative who has led the fight against wasteful spending and higher taxes in Annapolis. Warren is also recognized as a champion of small business owners in their issues (highest cumulative score of any Maryland Delegate by MBRG.ORG). Warren is the author of the "Transparency" bill that allows you to see how Maryland spends your tax dollars.
Warren Miller has served as a member of the Maryland House of Delegates since March 2003. Warren is a member of the Economic Matters Committee. Warren also serves on the Property & Casualty Insurance Subcommittee, Public Utilities Subcommittee and the Subcommittee on Alcohol. Additionally, Warren is a member of the Joint Advisory Committee on Legislative Data Systems. Warren has served as the House Chair of the Taxpayer Protection Caucus. In addition, Warren is a member of the Maryland House of Delegates Veterans Caucus.
Warren is a life-long Howard County resident. During his childhood, he was a Boy Scout in Troop 882 (Poplar Springs) and was active in Howard County 4-H. During the summers, he worked extensively at the Howard County Fair supporting the Poultry Exhibit. Warren attended Lisbon Elementary School and Glenwood Middle School. After graduating from Glenelg High School, Warren attended Howard Community College and Towson State University, where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration in 1987. While in college, Warren became politically active as a member of the Towson University College Republicans.
Warren has worked extensively in Republican political campaigns, most notably as the Campaign Manager for Congressman Roscoe Bartlett's successful re-election in 1994. He also worked on the campaigns of President George H. W. Bush in 1988 & 1992, Governor George Allen in 1994, Senator Robert Dole in 1988 & 1996, and numerous Howard County GOP candidates from 1998 to the present, including Governor Robert Ehrlich and Lieutenant Governor Michael Steele. Active in county politics, Warren was elected twice to the Howard County Republican Central Committee (1998 and 2002) and was Vice Chair before accepting the Delegate Appointment. He served as a member of the Howard County Redistricting Commission in 2001.
Professionally, Warren has worked as a Political Appointee in two administrations. During Ronald Reagan's Presidency, Warren worked in the Office of Presidential Personnel (White House). During the term of President George H. W. Bush, he served in the Office of Presidential Personnel, the U.S. Agency for International Development, and the Office of Personnel Management. Warren currently works with TKC Global as a Director for Business Development.
Warren has recently been honored by the Maryland Taxpayers Association, with the Taxpayers Advocate Award. Warren has also been honored by Maryland Business for Responsive Government with the "John Shaw" award, the National Federation of Independent Business has named Warren a "Guardian of Small Business".
Warren resides on a small farm in Woodbine with his wife Jane and two children, Laura and Clay.