The Zell Miller Institute aims to be a new player in Georgia politics
A bipartisan group of Georgia powerbrokers launched a new initiative Wednesday in former Gov. Zell Miller’s honor that will promote bipartisan solutions and consensus in a changing political climate – and support candidates who back his ideals.
The Zell Miller Institute for Public Policy aims to be an influential player in Georgia politics with three distinct divisions. The institute will focus on bipartisan policies. A foundation arm will promote Miller’s legacy and encourage young people to pursue public service. And an action fund will raise money for candidates seeking election.
Institute chairman Bryan Miller, a grandson of the 84-year-old ex-Georgia governor, said his goal is to provide a “blueprint for policies that will give us a competitive edge in the decades to come.”