A Day in the Life: Gifford Miller

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Gifford Miller grew up on Fifth Avenue. He graduated from an Ivy League University and his father was a Kennedy appointee. At 35, the speaker of the city council is the youngest candidate running for Mayor. Despite the fact that he is not a front runner, he is confident he can win the Democratic nomination for Mayor. WNYC’s Cindy Rodriguez trailed Miller while he campaigned Monday.

» Slideshow: Gifford Miller on the campaign trail

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