Delegate Jackson Miller was elected to the House of Delegates in November 2006, representing Virginia’s 50th district which includes the City of Manassas and part of Prince William County. He has served in House GOP leadership as the Majority Whip since 2012. His legislative committee assignments include Courts of Justice, Commerce and Labor, Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources, and Privileges and Elections, where he serves as Vice-Chair.
Miller’s public service record began long before his election to the House of Delegates. He has served as a Captain in the United States Army Reserve, before going on to a career in law enforcement as a police officer in both Arlington and Prince William Counties. Miller was also a member of the Manassas City Council from 2004-2006.
Currently, Delegate Miller is the partial-owner of Crossroads Realtors in Manassas. He is also partial owner of a black angus cattle farm in Rappahannock, Virginia.
He volunteers his time as a member of several local boards and organizations including the Prince William Chamber of Commerce, the George Mason University Prince William Campus Advisory Committee, the Fraternal Order of Police – Battlefield Lodge, and Grace United Methodist Church in Manassas.
Miller is a lifelong resident of Northern Virginia. He is a proud husband of wife Suzanne and father to sons, Jackson, Jr. and Nathaniel. He is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning.