Eugene DePasquale, Pennsylvania’s Auditor General and Candidate for the 10th Congressional District, has endorsed Jake Miller for Cumberland County Treasurer.

In a statement, DePasquale said:

“From his time in the classroom to his campaign for Treasurer, Jake has demonstrated a commitment to public service that puts people before politics. We need his common sense leadership to watch out for the taxpayers of Cumberland County.”

Jake Miller had this to say about the endorsement:

“Auditor General DePasquale has set an example for anyone pursuing elected office. He and his team have found ways to reduce waste, remove roadblocks, and increase transparency and integrity not only for our state budget, but for all Pennsylvanians. I’m honored to receive his endorsement.”

Jake Miller is the Democratic candidate for Cumberland County Treasurer. He grew up working class and is the first in his family to receive a college degree. Miller is a Cumberland Valley teacher and former State Senate aide. He’s also a leader in his local education association, and a Judge of Elections in Hampden Township, where Jake, his wife, and their two children call home.

To learn more about Jake Miller’s campaign for County Treasurer, visit