In 2003, Mia Love was first elected as a city councilwoman in Saratoga Springs, Utah. After serving for two terms, she became the city’s mayor in 2009.
She was elected to congress in 2014 and serves on the Financial Services Committee. During her time in Congress, she has co-sponsored many pieces of legislation including the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (HR 36), and has spoken up in defense of life in the media and on the House floor. She has also voted for key pro-life bills, including No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion. In October 2015, she was appointed to the Energy and Commerce select subcommittee tasked with investigating the practices of the abortion industry including late-term abortion and the trafficking of baby organs.
Born in New York to Haitian immigrants, Mia Love says she has lived the “American dream” and has committed her life to giving back. She is the first Republican African-American Woman elected to U.S. Congress.
Quote source: www.love4utah.com
Primary Date: June 26, 2018
Candidate Website: https://love4utah.com/
Press Release: SBA List Launches $100,000 Campaign to Re-elect Mia Love in UT-04 (September 8, 2016)
Mia Love on her Pro-Life Convictions
Rep. Love Remarks on House Floor on Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act