Mia Love

Politician Mia Love, the first Haitian-American and the first Black female Republican in Congress, is the U.S. Representative for Utah’s 4th congressional district. Prior to this, she served as the Mayor of Saratoga Springs, Utah, from 2010 to 2014. After losing to Democratic Representative Jim Matheson for the 4th congressional district in 2010, Love ran for a second time in 2014 and won. She was elected to the House of Representatives on November 4, 2014.  (Photo:  Mia Love United States Congress)

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Rep.-Elect Mia Love Says Obama Should Remember Who's the Boss

Mia Love says Obama mustn't treat U.S. like a dictatorship.

Three Black Politicians Make Congressional History

A senator, Black female Republican and the 100th woman are headed to Capitol Hill.

Commentary: What the Heck Happened in the Midterms?

A look at the highs and the many, many lows of Election Day 2014.

In the Running: Black Republicans on the November Ballot

A roundup of African-Americans on the GOP ticket.

Record Number of Black Candidates Seeking Office

The increase may be due to a combination of opportunity and changing demographics.

BET Wire: An Ally Calls Out Obama's Leadership Skills

President Obama's "allies" accuse him of weak leadership and respondents in a national poll concur; a Republican congressional candidate uses footage from the beheading of an American journalist in a campaign ad; a second Black congressional distr...
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