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Mia Love: Utah Didn’t Vote For My Skin Color

Mia Love has barely had time to settle in at her new job as Utah’s new Representative and Utah’s first black member of Congress, but she has already solidified her place as a woman who got to where she is on her own talents. She has also repeatedly made it known that her race has nothing to do with her …

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Mia Love Makes History In Utah Election

Mia Love has made history as the first black Republican woman to be elected to Congress. Love is a converted Mormon and the former mayor of Saratoga Springs, Utah who campaigned hard for the seat, saying in 2012 that she was elected mayor because the belief system had changed a bit in Utah. “…People care more about what happens in …

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Mia Love: Speech Brings In Some Serious Cash

Mia Love is getting some attention this week after a rousing speech at the Republican National Convention, in which she denounced President Obama’s plan for the nation and earned favor among her peers…and quite a few voters. “President Obama’s version of America is a divided one — pitting us against each other based on our income level, gender, and social …

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Mia Love: Republican Party Nominee For Congress

Haven’t heard of Mia Love? You will. Love–a converted Mormon–is the mayor of Saratoga Springs, Utah and is the Republican Party nominee for the state’s 4th congressional district. If she wins, she will be the first black female Republican ever elected to Congress, something that is important to her because the issue of her race has been a subject of …

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