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GOP Senate hopeful Miller channels Democrat Bob Graham ‘work days’

by George Bennett | July 21st, 2011

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New Republican Senate candidate Craig Miller, the former CEO of Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, is launching “Miller on Main Street” work days in which he’ll work a full shift at various jobs around the state.

The days, according to the Miller campaign, are “modeled after former U.S. Senator Bob Graham’s ‘Workdays,’ which afforded him the ability to stay in touch with hard-working Floridians throughout his career in public service.”

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Says Miller: “Over three decades ago, Bob Graham launched his ‘Workdays’ program that afforded him the ability to stay in touch with hard-working Floridians; a program that–in my opinion–is needed now more than ever. So, as Floridians struggle to make ends meet in the face of record unemployment, reckless and wasteful government spending, mounting national debt and the threat of job-killing tax increases from career politicians, I’m driven to unveil the ‘Miller on Main Street’ program. This program will allow me to continue what I’ve done throughout my career: work alongside hard-working Floridians, listen to their concerns and suggestions and do everything in my power to make a difference for them and their families.”

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One Response to “GOP Senate hopeful Miller channels Democrat Bob Graham ‘work days’”

  1. Bryan Bouton Says:

    Hell yes…come teach my class for a day bud…then I dare you to say a word about how crappy teachers are

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