Progressive Conservative leader Tim Houston today extended sincere thanks to Tara Miller for her steady guidance and selfless dedication as President of the PC Party.
Today, Miller announced she is stepping down from the post after three years as President and a term as Vice President of policy. Recently, she assumed the position of Chair of the Provincial Board of Special Olympics Nova Scotia.
“Tara has been a steady hand at the wheel as President,” Houston said. “I know the intense respect she has earned in the PC Party will follow her as she takes on responsibilities as Chair of Special Olympics Nova Scotia.”
Although she will no longer be President, Miller said she will continue to be involved in the PC Party. She will remain on the Executive as Past President.
“I know Tim Houston will be the next Premier of Nova Scotia,” Miller said. “I will do everything I can to ensure that happens.”
Miller said she is grateful for the friendships she made and the support she received during her time as President.
“It has been so gratifying to see first-hand the talent and commitment of so many people involved in the PC Party,” Miller concluded. “I will always look back on my time as president fondly.”