State Representative Chris Miller serves the 101st District and was first elected to the Illinois House in November 2018. Miller is a third-generation cattle farmer and grain operator. He was born and raised in Oakland and currently resides in Hindsboro. Miller owns a large farm in northern Coles County, and his district includes parts of Coles, Champaign, Douglas, and Vermilion counties along the I-57 corridor.
Rep. Miller continues to work to make Illinois a better place for families and businesses. He believes in term limits for politicians, business-friendly regulations, decreasing taxes, and upholding the Constitution, including the First and Second Amendments. Miller is a member of three House committees and is committed to focusing on the real issues facing his District and the state overall.
After graduating from Oakland High School, Miller attended Eureka College and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. He also earned an associate degree in agriculture from Lake Land College. Miller’s wife, Rep. Mary Miller, represents the 15th District for Illinois in Washington, D.C. as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. Chris and Mary have been married for 43 years, and they have seven children and 20 grandchildren.