John E. Miller

John Elvis Miller ( born May 15, 1888 in Aid, Stoddard County, Missouri, † 30 January 1981) was an American lawyer and politician (Democratic Party). He represented the state of Arkansas in both chambers of Congress.

John Miller first attended the public schools before continuing his education at the Southeast Missouri State Teachers College in Cape Girardeau and the Valparaiso University in Indiana. In 1912 he graduated from the Law Faculty of the University of Kentucky in Lexington; In the same year he was admitted to the bar and moved to Arkansas, where he began to practice in Searcy.

As a result, Miller was also active in the banking industry and got into political life. In 1918 he took part in the Constitutional Convention of Arkansas; 1919 to 1922 he acted as attorney for the first judicial district of the state. In 1930 he was first elected to the House of Representatives of the United States, where he remained after multiple re-election until 14 November 1937. He laid down his mandate there, since he was elected U.S. Senator. As a successor to the late Joseph Taylor Robinson he should end his remaining until January 3, 1943 term of office, but has already appeared on the 31st March 1941 back to follow a vocation to the judge at the Federal District Court for the Western District of Arkansas.

1967 John Miller retired. Until his death in 1981 he lived in Fort Smith.