David and Goliath was my favorite story growing up. Let’s end the duopoly and send a message to Washington in today’s #PA18 election that we’re tired of business as usual. It’s #MillerTime #VoteMiller— Drew Gray Miller (@DrewGrayMiller) March 13, 2018
Miller expressed a “glass half-full” attitude when he learned he appeared at the bottom of the ballot in Allegheny County.
He then tweeted that he was going to send the winner of the election a 6-pack of Miller High Life and that he’ll “probably send one to the loser too.”
Miller later called out CNN and specifically Wolf Blitzer and Jake Tapper for a lack of acknowledgement of his candidacy.
I have the home addresses of @ConorLambPA and @Saccone4PA18. If I lose the #PA18 election, I’ll send the winner a 6-pack of @millerhighlife…I’ll probably send one to the loser too. #MillerTime — Drew Gray Miller (@DrewGrayMiller) March 13, 2018
He acknowledged how close the race was and how the number of votes he earned was more than the difference between Lamb and Saccone. And he took note of the fact that he .
And early Wednesday morning, before an actual winner was declared, Miller “formally” conceded from the race because there was “no mathematical way” for him to win.
Well, he may have lost the election, but he certainly won on Twitter. [image via screengrab]
After looking at all of the numbers, I’m realizing there is no mathematical way for me to win. I therefore would like to formally concede to @ConorLambPA and @Saccone4PA18. It was a fun race. I will not be challenging the results or asking for a recount. #PA18 — Drew Gray Miller (@DrewGrayMiller) March 14, 2018