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Rep. Mia Love

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Black conservatives in Utah say there’s more than one way to fight for racial justice. While the liberal demand to defund the police has become a rallying cry in many recent protests in Salt Lake City and around the nation, they’re taking a different tact. 

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In her first public appearance since losing the 4th Congressional District race, Republican Rep. Mia Love took digs at President Trump, the GOP and her opponent, and said her loss means she is now “untethered” and “unshackled” to speak her mind.

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Updated 12:21 p.m. MST 11/24/18

Rep. Mia Love called Ben McAdams on Saturday to congratulate him on his win in Utah's 4th congressional district.

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Updated 2:02 p.m. 11/16/18


A Utah District Court judge on Friday dismissed a lawsuit brought by Rep. Mia Love’s campaign, ruling that the Republican incumbent trailing in a tight House race is not entitled to review or challenge voter signatures on mail-in and provisional ballots.

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Updated 6:00 p.m. MST 11/14/18


In a lawsuit filed Wednesday against Salt Lake County Clerk Sherrie Swensen, Rep. Mia Love is asking a Utah 3rd District Court judge to order the county to stop processing votes and to allow the Congresswoman to analyze and challenge ballot signatures.

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Updated 3:52 p.m. MST 11/9/18


Democrat Ben McAdams is holding his lead against Republican incumbent Mia Love in Utah’s 4th Congressional District race after new results from Utah and Salt Lake County were posted on Friday — though not so much to declare a winner yet.

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Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams clung to a narrow lead in Utah’s closely watched 4th Congressional District on Tuesday night, holding off Republican Rep. Mia Love and threatening to dethrone another GOP incumbent on a night that nationally favored Democrats running for House seats on anti-Trump sentiment.

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When Utah’s polls close next Tuesday at 8 p.m., all eyes will be on the state’s elections website for early results in the hotly contested 4th Congressional District.

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The progressive group Alliance for a Better Utah says its Federal Election Commission complaint against GOP Rep. Mia Love over improper fundraising is still pending, despite a claim from the congresswoman’s campaign that she has been cleared of wrongdoing.

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Candidates in Utah’s most competitive race for the U.S. House of Representatives clashed in their first and only debate on Monday night, just hours after a new poll showed the two in a dead heat.

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Republican Rep. Mia Love and Democratic challenger Ben McAdams will square off at Salt Lake Community College's Sandy center in their first and only debate of the 2018 Midterm Elections. Live broadcast will begin at 6:01 p.m. on Monday, October 15.

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Candidates in Utah’s most hotly contested congressional race will square off Monday night in their first and only debate.

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Utah Republican Rep. Mia Love's campaign said Monday it would refund up to $10,000 in campaign contributions after admitting to improper fundraising for a primary that it knew was unlikely to happen, according to a letter sent by the campaign's lawyers to the Federal Election Commission (FEC).

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Joshua Holt, the Utah man recently freed from a Venezuelan prison, is making his debut in a campaign commercial for Republican Rep. Mia Love.

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Democrat Ben McAdams had just finished a stump speech on July 10 in his nascent campaign to unseat Republican incumbent Mia Love in Utah's competitive 4th Congressional District when a young woman spoke up.

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The last in KUER's series on the Democratic candidates challenging Utah's Republican incumbents in this year's congressional midterm races.

Today is the first day to file for candidacy for all state and federal races in Utah. In one of the more closely watched races, Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams filed paperwork this morning to unseat Congresswoman Mia Love.

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Congresswoman Mia Love met with President Donald Trump on Tuesday, just two days after she issued a strong rebuke of the president for his vulgar remarks on Haitians and Africans.