Brad Miller en Miller Won't Seek Re-Election <p>Congressman Brad Miller has announced that he will not seek re-election. Miller made the decision after the Republican-controlled State Legislature drew maps that would have put him in the same primary election as his Democratic colleague, David Price.<br><br>In an interview today with WUNC, Miller said he’s not sure what he will do when he leaves Congress.<br><br><strong>Brad Miller: </strong>There’s a well-worn path of former members becoming lobbyists and I really don’t want to do that unless it’s the only way I can eat.<br> Thu, 26 Jan 2012 17:40:00 +0000 Dave DeWitt 3364 at Miller Won't Seek Re-Election Perdue, Miller Won't Seek Re-Election <p>Democratic Governor Bev Perdue says she will not run for re-election this year. Perdue released a statement today saying she won't seek another four-year term because she believes a re-election bid would make it more difficult to find a bipartisan solution to fund public education in a divisive political environment. Perdue became North Carolina's first female governor in 2008. Perdue announced last week she would offer a budget this spring that would seek a sales tax increase for education. Republicans in the legislature let a temporary sales tax increase expire last summer.<br> Thu, 26 Jan 2012 17:33:00 +0000 WUNC News 3365 at