Accountability. Advocacy. Action.
Elect Tracy Miller for Kane County Board in West Aurora.
Your Voice In County Government Makes a World of Difference.
When I am on the Kane County Board, the 10,500 voters in District 4 stand with me.
I will be your fiercest advocate.
Keep the County Government Accountable.
- Keep the public informed on public health concerns and broaden communication
with the sheriff’s office
- Ensure tax dollars are invested wisely and efficiently
Keep Our Community Safe, Healthy and Thriving.
- Improve county roads and infrastructure, and maintain a high level of service —
WITHOUT a tax increase
- Expand hiking and bike trails within our parks and forest preserves
- Support the Natural Resource Management initiatives of the Kane County Forest
- Support those suffering from mental health issues
Keep Taxes From Going Up, Up, Up.
- Keep a freeze on property taxes
- In the wake of the pandemic, Tracy Miller will battle the financial challenges
of our county — and provide services with less taxable revenue
I pledge to be your voice in county government. Here's my vision.
My vision starts with you, your family and your future. I will advocate for you, the taxpayers in
District 4, by defending the current property tax freeze, maintaining a high quality level of
county services amidst a challenging financial future, and ensure that there is government
accountability so taxpayer dollars are protected and, equally important, taxpayer voices are
We’ve got this,
As a mother, business owner of a successful accounting firm, and resident of Aurora for 27 years, I've never believed in standing still.
Tracy Miller grew up in Naperville, the daughter of an Army lieutenant.
Tracy Miller grew up in Naperville, the daughter of an Army lieutenant. Her mother, a junior high school math teacher, gave her a passion for numbers. While Tracy played volleyball and basketball in high school, she loved being a statistician for Naperville North’s baseball team all four years. Before graduating with an accounting degree from the University of Illinois, she worked with other students to bring big name performers to the Illinois student body and served on the student alumni association.
Her journey as candidate for Kane County Board was that of a concerned citizen.
Tracy volunteered as an election judge because she was “a rule follower” and wanted to make sure election results were of high integrity and the process worked. In 2016, she became a precinct committeeman. She has been a passionate volunteer for Aurora’s Hesed House homeless shelter where she became inspired to advocate for mental illness and those at risk.
Financial accountability is Tracy's superpower.
Tracy is the only candidate who is a Certified Public Accountant and small business owner. Her accounting career spans 30+ years, many as a small business owner. Tracy has studied the law, tax regulations, and overseen multi-million dollar budgets for large corporations. Through her accounting career and raising her own family, she understands the hard work people do every day to take care of their families.
Tracy has lived in Aurora for 27 years.
Her husband Steve and three children — Grace, Henry and Charlie — love biking on the trails, watching Chicago sports teams, supporting local businesses and just hanging out over burgers on the grill. She continues to be a member, supporter and volunteer at her church.