Cody Miller, Assembly
“It is essential that we lower the government’s cost while ensuring that residents get the highest quality of services they deserve and embrace policies to make our state more affordable. When you cut through the partisan divisions and focus on the needs of residents, you can make real progress. I’ve seen it firsthand as we held the line on taxation at the Monroe Board of Education while expanding pre-k and made smart strategic investments to lower energy costs on consumers at the town hall in Monroe. Together, we can do more with less and make South Jersey an even better place to call home.”
Cody Miller currently serves on the Monroe Township Board of Education and is the director of Foundation and Alumni Relations at Rowan College of South Jersey.
Prior to his election to the school board in 2021, Miller served on the Monroe Township Council for four years and was the youngest Democratic council member elected in township history at age 23.
In his first term on the school board, Miller helped secure over $25 million for capital energy improvements through the state Energy Savings Improvement Program, resulting in significant school upgrades at no cost to taxpayers, and worked to facilitate the joint solar initiative between Monroe Township government, board of education, and the Monroe Municipal Utilities Authority, saving taxpayers millions of dollars over the next 30 years. He also helped initiate full-day pre-K and fought for funding to increase the number of families with access.
During his time on Monroe Township Council, Miller established numerous redevelopment and rehabilitation designation sites, spurring business, and economic development. He also worked with the Mayor and Council to curb substance abuse and create the Market-to-Affordable Housing Program in Monroe Township.
Miller is a proud first-generation college graduate who worked through college and was raised by a single mom of four. He is currently enrolled in the Doctorate of Higher Education Leadership at Rowan University and is a volunteer firefighter with Williamstown Fire Company #1.
Our Commitment to You
Reducing the property tax burden for New Jersey Seniors. Under the newly passed legislation, StayNJ, nearly all Seniors will receive a 50% tax reduction.
Making South Jersey more affordable by funding the senior property tax freeze and ANCHOR program to reduce our property tax burden.
Keeping our communities safe by ensuring police and first responders have the resources they need to keep us safe.
Fully funding our public schools, universal pre-K, and higher education to provide students with affordable options that prepare them for the future.
Grow economic opportunities by supporting our local businesses and workforce, prioritizing renewable energy, and creating viable job opportunities.
Ensuring affordable, accessible healthcare by keeping prescription drug costs in check and protecting women’s reproductive rights.