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NORTHLAND ADVOCATE, FORWARD KC, ENDORSES STEVE MILLER

By Ryan Munce / February 16, 2019

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  • STEVE MILLER FOR 2019 KANSAS CITY MAYORAL ELECTION Kansas City, Mo. – Forward Kansas City today announced its Kansas City Missouri Mayoral candidate endorsement for the upcoming Municipal Election, held April 2nd, 2019. Forward KC serves as a nonpartisan advocate for the Northland on Kansas City and regional issues. Forward Kansas City members work to […]

    Mayoral candidate Steve Miller: ‘I’m feeling this call, and it won’t leave me alone’

    By Stephanie Moore / February 15, 2019

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  • As published in the Kansas City Star by Melinda Hellenberger on February 13th, 2019 In high school, Kansas City mayoral candidate Steve Miller thought he might have been called to the Catholic priesthood. Now, at 60, he describes what he sees as his late-life political vocation in overtly spiritual terms, too. “I’m feeling this call, and it […]

    Virginia is on his mind, but Sen. Tim Kaine comes to KC to stump for Steve Miller

    By Stephanie Moore / February 8, 2019

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  • Read More Now – Kansas City Star Steve Miller, a candidate for Kansas City mayor, was endorsed by U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Virginia, Friday at an event at Westport Flea Market. Miller and Kaine went to high school together in Kansas City.  By Allison Kite

    Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine comes to KC to stump for Steve Miller

    By Stephanie Moore /

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  • Watch Now- Channel 9 U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, of Virginia, came to Kansas City Friday to stump for mayoral candidate Steve Miller.

    Sen. Tim Kaine Back On The Stump

    By Stephanie Moore /

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  • Listen Now (19:34) – KCUR Sen. Tim Kaine returns to his hometown to endorse his former schoolmate. Steve Miller and Tim Kaine have been friends for 47 years, since their days at Rockhurst High School. The two are enjoying a reunion as Sen. Kaine is in town to campaign with Kansas City, Missouri, mayoral candidate […]

    Former Vice Presidential Candidate Tim Kaine and KC Mayor Candidate Steve Miller On KCMO

    By Stephanie Moore /

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  • Former Vice Presidential Candidate Tim Kaine and KC Mayor Candidate Steve Miller talk about the Steve Miller’s mayoral run.

    KCMO’s Real Talk Radio with Pete Mundo: Mayoral Candidate, Steve Miller

    By Stephanie Moore / January 17, 2019

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  • Kansas City Mayoral Candidate Steve Miller Joins Pete Mundo on KCMO talk radio to talk about his campaign. Listen to the interview on KCMO.

    Steve Miller interviewed on KCUR’s “Up To Date”

    By Miller For Mayor / January 16, 2019

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  • Listen Now. Steve Miller was the first mayoral candidate interviewed by Steve Kraske on his show, “Up To Date.” In Segment 1, Steve shares his views on crime, KCI, affordable housing, and more. Listen to the full interview on KCUR.

    ‘High School Students Ask Kansas City Mayoral Hopefuls About Jobs, Homelessness’

    By Miller For Mayor / December 7, 2018

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  • By Lisa Rodriguez, KCUR December 5, 2018   A day after candidates could officially file for the chance to be the next mayor of Kansas City, Missouri, nine contenders made their cases at a forum organized by students at East High School on Van Brunt Boulevard. Unlike other debates and forums over the past few […]

    Steve Miller leads fundraising after Kander exits KC mayoral race

    By Miller For Mayor / October 22, 2018

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  • By Bill Turque, The Kansas City Star Oct. 16, 2018   Construction attorney Steve Miller led the remaining field with $62,850 in contributions. He has $252,402 in cash on hand. Miller, former chairman of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission, continued to receive support from the city’s corporate sector, including former Sprint CEO Dan Hesse […]

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