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(Decatur, Georgia) – Former State Senator Steen Miles, a Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate,  today filed an official complaint with the Georgia Democratic Party against Chairman Dubose Porter for violation of the party’s bylaws.
“Sadly, newly elected party Chair Dubose Porter is not a man of his word and is in violation of Section 7 Section 1.7 of the Georgia Democratic Party Bylaws which explicitly prohibits supporting a Democratic candidate who has opposition during a primary or special election.  The blatant disregard of other Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate and publicly stated support and other actions favoring one candidate over others is a clear violation of party rules, thwarts the democratic process and perpetuates “good ole boy” blatantly discriminatory practices,” said Senator Miles. “It is not a good look. While I cannot speak for other candidates, it is deeply disappointing for Chairman Porter to personally pledge his ‘fairness’ at the party elections only to renege on that promise and violate party bylaws by openly supporting one ‘anointed’ candidate. Is it because the ‘annointed’ candidate has considerably more money than the state party?” questioned Miles.

Senator Miles said she realizes her complaint will not be addressed, but at least the violation will be on record. Senator Miles is one of four announced candidates for the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Senator Saxby Chambliss.

For Public Release August 28 2013

(Decatur)  – Steen Miles, a former Georgia State Senator, is announcing her candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Senator Saxby Chambliss. The announcement is scheduled for 10 AM Wednesday, August 28, 2013 at the gazebo in the 900 block of Main Street in the town of Stone Mountain, Georgia. The significance of the time and place is obvious. It is the actual 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s I Have A Dream Speech. He called on the nation to let freedom ring from Stone Mountain, Georgia and it is against the backdrop of a former seat of the Confederacy that Senator Miles launches her bid for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate. The great granddaughter of a slave owner from middle Georgia will introduce this great granddaughter of a slave. Program participants are diverse in age and ethnicity. Along with entertainment, individuals will speak on subjects to include the environment, equality, and education.

“This is a critical time in our state and the nation. Gun violence, racial discord, joblessness and mother nature’s retribution with wildfires and floods is the daily headline. I want to be part of the solution and am therefore offering myself as a candidate for U.S. Senate.”

In addition to serving in the Georgia Senate helping to pass major legislation across party lines, Senator Miles is a retired journalist whose 35-year broadcast journalism career was capped at WXIA-TV (11alive), the NBC affiliate in Atlanta. She served as Media Relations Director for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit System (MARTA) prior to being elected to the Georgia Senate. Also in Atlanta, Senator Miles was the Southeast Regional Broadcast Editor for United Press International and host of Faith and The City, a cable television show devoted to discussions of current events and public policy from diverse faith perspectives.

“My entire adult life has been one of fairness, balance and service. For more than 30 years I have been involved at every level of our communities and I know what keeps Georgians awake at night. Rather than issues, I see opportunities.”

Senator Miles’ platform is based on opportunities in the four E’s; Equal Opportunity and Fairness, Education, the Economy and the Environment. She is anxious to discuss specifics of her platform which she says was shaped by living and listening.

“Public service is a sacred trust. We will continue to earn that trust and be laser focused on the issues citizens say are important: Education, Growing the Economy, Jobs, Living Wages, Affordable Healthcare, Global Warming, Veteran Wellness and Tax and Prison Reform. We can move our state and nation forward and we can do it, Together.”

Senator Miles has received over 275 awards for her work in the community from social and civic organizations, the faith community, businesses, schools and government. She is the mother of two adult daughters and has two grandchildren.
Together, Georgia Forward!


Decatur GA – Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Steen Miles agrees with Republican Congressman Jack Kingston about earning ones way.

“I am in agreement with Jack Kingston’s premise about earning one’s way, but he perhaps used a poor choice of words using children sweeping floors to earn their lunches as an example.  What he perhaps meant to say is that we have become a country of entitlements. For example, corporate moguls reap insane benefits on the backs of the poor people who the government has to subsidize for their children to be able to have food. Some of our Congressman are receiving tens of millions of dollars in farm subsidies for doing nothing. The tax loopholes that allow the super rich to pay fewer taxes than their secretaries is another example.

Every able-bodied person should earn their way. Children, seniors, veterans, the physically and mentally challenged are our responsibility to provide assistance. A basic premise of our campaign is equality and fairness for all, but with responsibility for all.”

Steen Miles is a former Georgia State Senator who is a Democrat running for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Saxby Chambliss.


Decatur GA – College football season ends Monday, January 6  and U.S. Senate candidate Steen Miles uses the football analogy to challenge fellow Democratic Candidate Michelle Nunn to address rank and file Democrats.
“I congratulate Auburn University for their hard fought 11-1 season that landed them a berth in the National Championship.  As much as this Georgia fan would have loved to have seen Georgia facing Florida State, Auburn earned the right to play in the big game. Wouldn’t it be great if politics were the same? Here in Georgia the political pundits and even some members of the Democratic Party have anointed a candidate to move forward to the general election which is comparable to the national championship.

What if the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and some sports writers decided that a college team that hadn’t won a game but had a big name would play in the national championships? Would that be a good look?

That’s what it looks like in the Democratic Party for a primary winner to advance to the general election.  We have a candidate with no record. No experience. Passed out awards while others earned them; Wants to go fight a war. Against moving forward to give everyone affordable health care;  No comment on an increase in the minimum wage. No comment on children, veterans and seniors losing vital supplemental food assistance and no comment on the unemployed losing benefits. Is this who the Democratic Party wants to carry the ball this fall?  If Ms. Nunn really wants to earn the spot, she should stop avoiding rank and file Democrats and the other candidates. Come to the Oconee County Democrat’s Forum, Friday, Jan. 10 at 7PM and let’s play ball. “


Decatur GA – Former Georgia State Senator Steen Miles, a candidate for U.S. Senate from Georgia, issued the following statement on the House vote increasing the debt ceiling.

“A major victory today for the President and the nation. House speaker John Boehner sang an excerpt from Disney’s “Song of the South” when he exited his news conference announcing that he would bring legislation to a vote that would raise the government’s borrowing authority with no strings attached. He sang, Zippity Doo Dah. Perhaps the President is singing Mr. Roger’s theme song, “It’s A Wonderful Day in the Neighborhood.”
It is a wonderful day. It is a victory not just for the President, but the nation. President Obama refused to negotiate on anything but a clean bill, no policy attachments with a debt ceiling increase. It’s also a wonderful victory for our working-age military veterans who would have seen one percent shaved off their cost of living increases had a bill gone forward with attachments.
Boehner promised earlier that he would stick to the ‘Boehner Rule,’ meaning debt ceiling increases would be tied to spending cuts of equal size. His plan wouldn’t wash with the President and Boehner, looking at mid-term election backlash, put forward a “clean” bill.
Today, the speaker blinked, for the greater good, and it would appear the threat of default during budget debates just might be over. Failure to raise the debt ceiling would have affected our economy both at home and abroad. Today’s house vote on the ‘clean’ bill is proverbial linen fit to air for the world to see.”


Atlanta – Former Georgia State Senator Steen Miles, a Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, issued the following statement in opposition to U.S. military intervention in Syria:

“An overwhelming number of Georgians are opposed to U.S. military intervention in Syria limited or otherwise. While the majority-media created “presumptive”  Democratic nominee takes a hawkish approach and aligns herself with those who want to commit our troops to another unwinnable civil war, it is not in the best interests of the American people and does not represent the sentiments of Georgians who she would seek to represent. And, I clearly do not agree with the reported position of outgoing Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss.

In addition to being dragged into another ill-advised war, we put our key ally Israel in harm’s way because they are the closest U.S. target for Syrian retaliation. There is no empirical evidence of an eminent threat to the United States and our national security. Therefore what is the mission? While our hearts break at the pictures of the alleged victims of chemical warfare, we must negotiate, we must use sanctions and other peaceful means to show our opposition to this horrific situation. If indeed these images are actual victims of chemical warfare, then Syrian President Assad is a murderer and Syrians and other countries in the region should seek remedy. But we have mass murderers here at home mowing down innocent children in schools and we can’t get laws passed to expand background checks and ban assault weapons to prevent this carnage on our own soil? So, what business do we have going to Syria interfering in their affairs when we can’t take care of our own here at home?

Because I not like what is happening in your home gives me no right to neglect mine to interfere in your affairs. Our strained and limited resources should be directed to getting immediate help for the treatment of the mental and physical wounds of our already battle fatigued veterans and their families. We also have thousands of troops remaining in harm’s way in Afghanistan. We simply do not have adequate justification or resources in manpower and finances to enter into another ill-advised conflict. We need to listen to the voices of the people and stay out of Syria.”