Election 2012 Results: Congressman Miller Wins Re-Election

Rep. George Miller wins handily against Republican challenger Virginia Fuller

564 out of 564 precincts reporting 11th Congressional District Votes % Virginia Fuller (R) 152,690 30.9 Rep. George Miller (D) 68,160 69.1 Write In

Democratic congressman George Miller has won re-election, defeating  Republican Virginia Fuller in the newly drawn 11th congressional district.

With 100 percent of the precincts reporting, Miller had received 69 percent of the vote compared to Fuller's 31 percent.

The district includes Concord, Pleasant Hill, Walnut Creek, Danville, Lamorinda, Pittsburg, Richmond and El Cerrito.

Miller has been representing the East Bay in Congress since 1975. He is the chairman of the House Democratic Policy Committee.

In November 2008, he received 73 percent of the vote. In November 2008, he received 68 percent.

Fuller is a registered nurse who immigrated to the United States in 1976. She became a political activist in 2000.


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