Zell Miller, formerly a conservative Democrat Senator from Georgia, joined the public affairs practice of the law firm McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP as a "senior policy adviser" in December 2004 following his retirement from Congress. 
Records and Controversies
Miller voted for the Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq in Oct. 2002.
Miller, although he was retiring at the end of 2004, pledged to campaign for the re-election of Republican George W. Bush.
See Miller's RNC Speech: "I entrust my family's future to Bush," September 1, 2004. Transcript posted on CNN website.
- Zell Miller, National Party No More: The Conscience of a Conservative Democrat, Stroud & Hall, October 2003.
Related SourceWatch Resources
- Fred Barnes, "Zell Miller Endorses Bush", The Weekly Standard, October 29, 2003.
- Jim Galloway, "Democrats' Miller will hustle for GOP's Bush," The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 14, 2004.
- Judy Sarasohn, "Zell Miller, Bound for K Street", Washington Post, December 9, 2004.
- "Retiring Sen. Zell Miller Joining Fox News", Associated Press, December 14, 2004.
- FOX News contributor-to-be "Democrat" Zell Miller", Media Matters for America, December 16, 2004.
- "Miller appointed to war monuments commission," Associated Press (CNN), August 10, 2005: "Former Georgia Sen. Zell Miller, who snubbed his Democratic Party and delivered a Republican keynote address for President Bush, is the White House's choice for a seat on the American Battle Monuments Commission."
- Tory Newmyer, "Retiring Sen. Miller to Join McKenna, Long & Aldridge," Roll Call, December 8, 2005.
- "Zell Miller leads Democratic coalition for Santorum," CNN, October 31, 2006. re Rick Santorum