Name: Adam Miller

Municipality: Auburn

Office Sought: City Council

Political Party Or Parties: Republican, Independence

Age: 29

Family Information: I was born and raised in Auburn. I am the oldest of two children. My family lives, works, and attends church in Auburn.

Professional And Previous Political Experience: I've worked at Auburn Community Hospital for almost 9 years. In that time I have worked in the kitchen, as a nurses aide, and currently as a radiology transporter.

I have volunteered for Rob Astorino's gubernatorial campaign, Senator Ted Cruz's presidential campaign, and worked for Congressman Katko's reelection campaign last year. I have helped with the organizations New Yorker's for Constitutional Freedoms and New York Baptists for Biblical Values.

Education: I was homeschooled K-12

Message To Voters: Knocking on doors in last year's election I had the opportunity to hear from many people on a variety of issues. The concerns of most people were the same. And the one constant frustration is that we don't have representatives that really represent us in City Hall. I seek to change that.

As a newcomer to city politics, I'm a fresh face with new ideas. I want to work with everyone to make the City of Auburn a place that we can all be proud of — a place were people want to come to visit, work, and live.

Taxes and spending are some of my biggest concerns. We're spending money we don't have on projects we don't need. We need to take some time to look at what projects are truly necessary, and work to prioritize them.

Our drinking water supply as been an issue of great concern to many. We need to continue to find ways to maintain clean water for the City of Auburn and the surrounding towns and cities. Working with the county and the state, I believe we can keep our lake clean for drinking water and recreational use.

The matter of utmost concern is having a voice for the people. Too many times we've seen this city council completely ignore our opinion. They have public meetings to hear our concerns, and then push on with a project anyway. It's time We the People had someone to be a voice for them. I want to keep an open line to the citizens so that what we want as a community is accomplished, instead of an individual's personal political agenda.