Few days ahead of the crucial democratic primary, Indian-American Katragadda Aruna Miller, who is seeking to enter the US House of Representatives from a Congressional seat in Maryland, has emerged as one of the top fundraisers. Going into the details of Miller, she is a Hyderabad-born civil engineer and a Maryland State Delegate. She went to the US in the year 1972, when she was seven.
Aruna Miller is making plans to enter the House of Representatives – the lower chamber of the US Congress from a Maryland suburb of Washington DC. She is pitted against party colleague David Trone in the Democratic Party for the sixth Congressional District of Maryland primary.
To all the candidates and their teams: Best of luck tomorrow as you cross the finish line. We are all in this together and the Beatles said it best. Come together. And in the End, the love you take is equal to the love you make. #TheRoadAhead pic.twitter.com/sacpoRXAA7
— Aruna Miller (@arunamiller) June 25, 2018
However, the winner of the June 26th primary election is expected to easily sail through given that it is considered to be a Democratic stronghold. If everything goes well, Miller would be the second Indian-American woman to enter the House of Representatives after Pramila Jayapal from Washington State.
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— Su Mohan 🗽 #DemsWork4USA (@SuMoh7) June 25, 2018
Days ahead of the crucial Maryland Democratic primary, Miller exuded confidence that her surging support from the people of the sixth Congressional district would be dissuaded by the money power, and help her get on the November Congressional ballot and finally enter the House next January. Early this month, she was endorsed by ‘Desis for Progress’, an organization of progressive South Asians who are striving to create a better community. Congressional seat in Maryland
— Aruna Miller (@arunamiller) June 21, 2018