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By Thomas McKinless

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Rep. Carol Miller is tired of people telling her she was the only new Republican woman elected to Congress in 2018. “The leadership in our party, we’ve got sharp women,” Miller said in an interview with Roll Call. “We will all work hard to bring other women back into the fold.” Miller comes from a background in bison farming and served in the West Virginia House for over a decade. Newly elected to Congress, she discussed her priorities for her first year in Washington for Roll Call’s occasional series getting to know the new members.

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