Indian-origin Aruna Miller has been elected lieutenant governor of Maryland in the US. According to the information, Aruna is the first immigrant to hold this post. She contested the election on a Democratic ticket. In the midst of mid-term elections in America, this time Indian-Americans can have a 100 percent strike rate in the House of Representatives. Indeed, Indian-Americans Ami Bera, Raja Krishnamurthy, Ro Khanna and Pramila Jayapal are likely to be re-elected.
Aruna, 58, is originally from Hyderabad. She was born on 6 November 1964 in Andhra Pradesh. She was just a year old when her parents left India and went to the UAS. Aruna earned a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the Missouri University of Science and Technology (MST) in 1989. After completing further studies, she started her career. Aruna represented District 15 in the Maryland House of Delegates from 2010 to 2018. Talking about her personal life, Aruna made Dave Miller her life partner and became the mother of three daughters.
Miller tweeted shortly after her victory, "There's no place but I'll be with the voters! Our community has inspired us to be the best in this campaign and I cannot express my gratitude for your commitment and support.” Prior to this, from 2010 to 2018, Aruna Miller represented 15 districts in the Maryland House of Delegates. He had to face defeat in the parliamentary elections held in 2018. After this, Aruna was made the candidate for the post of governor by the Democrats, where she created history with victory.