Richard H. Miller II formally announced his candidacy for Broome County Court Judge today.  Miller is currently serving as the elected Town Justice for the Town of Union and elected Village Justice for the Village of Johnson City.  He also has a private law office in Endwell.

Miller is a graduate of Johnson City High School, Broome Community College, St. Bonaventure University and the University of Bridgeport School of Law.   Positions he has held include an Assigned Counselor for Broome and Tioga Family Courts and as a member of the Law Guardian Panel for Broome and Tioga Counties.

Two Family Court judgeships will appear on the ballot in Broome County in this Fall's election. Judge Miller and Mark Young are candidates running on the Republican, Conservative and Independence lines while Peter Charnetsky and Daniel D. Reynolds are running on the Democrat and Working Families lines.  The top two vote-getters out of the four total candidates will take office on January 1, 2015.