Brighton Kemptown’s Conservative Party General Election Candidate Joe Miller
Brighton and Hove residents will go to the polls on December 12 to elect their Members of Parliament. For a full list of candidates visit our website.
Joe Miller, The Conservative Party, Brighton Kemptown
Joe joined the Conservatives at 17, after the financial crisis. He saw, in his own home, how mismanagement of country finances hurt the poorest most.
As a result, Joe became more involved in politics. He came into contact with great local politicians who make a positive difference to residents’ lives and the whole community.
Joe knew he had something to add, he also thought it would be good to have younger representation amongst elected representatives, driving him to stand for election.
Joe studied Law at Sussex University and worked as a waiter to pay the bills.
Joe enjoys everything Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven has to offer.
The countryside surrounding the constituency in particular, where he walks his dog, as well as the beach and the lively, vibrant communities offering so much to do.
Joe enjoys comedy, theatre, music, eating out, and trying to keep fit by burning off all of the calories consumed in excellent restaurants within our constituency - either at the gym or by swimming.
Joe has fought for our NHS, education, and police funding from the moment he entered politics.
Joe has consistently supported healthcare free at the point of use, world-class education for all, and safer streets through a well-funded and well-equipped police force.
Joe said: “I am humbled and honoured to have been selected as the Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven. If elected I will serve all residents in our constituency, representing their views in Westminster with the strong voice we deserve.”