Political announcement: Miller announces run for probate judge
Russellville resident Jason Miller, Franklin County Commissioner for District Two, recently announced his intention to seek the office of Franklin County Probate Judge/Commission Chair in the March 5, 2024, Republican primary.
Miller, who is serving his second term as commissioner, said it’s been a great experiencerepresenting his constituents and it’s a job he has never taken lightly.
“I’ve always answered my phone and tried to help people any way I could,” Miller said.
“When it comes to meetings and representing the people of Franklin County, some of the decisions I’ve made have not been easy, but at the end of the day, I just want to be able to have a clear conscience and be comfortable with the decisions I’ve made.”
As the campaign continues, Miller said he will release details of his purpose and vision for Franklin County, but concurrent with his candidacy announcement, Miller announced five immediate steps he would implement upon taking office, what he calls his “fast five.”
Miller listed the following as his five core values:
“As a lifelong Franklin County resident, I really do care about what happens here. Being a commissioner is so much more than just politics—It’s a way to have an active role in making our county a better place to live and work. With three children and one on the way, I’m personally invested in the betterment of our community,” Miller said.
Miller and his wife Belinda have been married 11 years. They have three children, Hunter, Jaxon and Eliza and one due in February. They attend Friendship Missionary Baptist Church and are involved in their children’s sports activities and other community activities.
Miller is a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association and he represents Franklin County on the Alabama Republican Executive Committee.
“I am excited about what the future holds for Franklin County and I want to continue working for our citizens as Probate Judge/Commission Chair,” Miller said. “I would appreciate your support and vote on March 5, 2024, in the Republican Primary.