Restaurant veteran Craig S. Miller officially tossed his hat back into the political ring Tuesday when he announced that he would run against Bill Nelson, D-Fla., for his Senate seat. Miller, the former president, chief executive and chairman of Ruth’s Chris Steak House Inc., had made an unsuccessful bid for Congress in 2010 when he ran for the congressional seat in central Florida. He came in third in a five-way GOP primary race. “As someone who’s been in the restaurant ...

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