Former Trump aide Max Miller on Friday announced that he is shifting his campaign to Ohio’s newly-formed 13th congressional district after his own district was eliminated through redistricting. Miller lives in the newly formed district and said in a statement that it makes up a large portion of where he has been campaigning. “The District number may be changing, but my campaign to advance America First policies—policies that lower taxes, secure the southern border, and make our communities safer—will persist,” Miller said. Miller received Trump’s endorsement in February when the former aide mounted a primary challenge against Rep. Anthony Gonzalez. Gonzales was one of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump; he announced his retirement in September. Ohio lost a congressional seat as a result of the 2020 Census. State Republicans redrew the maps and approved the new plan on Nov. 18, according to The new 13th congressional district …


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