JUNEAU — Joe Miller has announced his first major step since losing last fall’s U.S. Senate race: joining with a speakers’ bureau.
Miller announced his arrangement with Twenty-First Century Speakers, Inc. on Wednesday. Other prominent figures represented by the bureau include Glenn Beck, former President George H.W. Bush and Mike Huckabee.
Miller, who in conceding the Senate race said he wanted to remain a part of the political debate, said he’s anxious to meet with and speak to people around the country about the changes he believes the country must make to get back on track.
Upcoming speaking engagements include “A Night with the Joes” next week in California, which also is set to include Sheriff Joe Arpaio, of Arizona, and Joe “The Plumber” Wurzelbacher, and speeches before the Tea Party Patriots.