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Miller Reelected, Says 'We Need To Do A Better Job' Publicizing City Government

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City of Tallahassee

Tallahassee City Commissioner Nancy Miller has been elected for a second term. Miller took about 69 percent of the vote in her race against third-time local candidate Steve Stewart.

While celebrating with supporters at Andrew’s Downtown restaurant Tuesday evening, Miller reflected on what she learned during her reelection campaign. She says critiques from opponent Steve Stewart made her realize she and the rest of the Commission haven’t done enough to publicize efforts including ethics reform undertaken this year.

“We need to do a better job with that and other things, because there’s so much to be excited about. But we’re not doing a good enough job sharing that excitement," she says. 

Stewart’s campaign included a push for further ethics reform through a charter amendment that might appear on November’s ballot. He had also questioned the city’s response to violent crime and tax incentives for downtown developers. 

Stewart did not return a request for comment Tuesday.