A surprising, but welcoming congressional endorsement.
Mia Love inserted herself into the pages of history in November 2014 when she became the first black Republican woman elected to Congress, when she defeated Democrat Doug Owens 50%-47%.
Love, who is of Haitian descent and a Mormon, has now expressed her support for Sen. Marco...
Longtime readers know the history of Legal Insurrection and Mia Love, whose success was one of the most satisfying moments for Legal Insurrection.
This interview with Lou Dobbs shows why we’ve supported her since the start.
Via Washington Examiner. Love became very emotional when discussing the Planned Parenthood videos:
Freshman Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah,...
There’s no way to deny that their race becomes important, if only because Democrats have emphasized race so very much. Sadly,...
On Election night it was particularly satisfying to see Mia Love elected to the House of Representatives in Utah’s 4th District.
It was satisfying not just because it was a Republican pick up, but because of our long history of following Mia’s political career from its infancy:
We first covered Mia — and...
It has been a long time since we wrote about Mia B. Love, running for Congress in Utah-04.
Jim Matheson has been the Harry Houdini of modern politics, a Democrat surviving in a heavily Republican Utah district which became even more Republican after the 2010 redistricting.
But he still beat Mia Love in 2012. By a few hundred votes. In Utah. With Romney at the top of the ticket.
Mia Love rocketed to stardom in 2012.
When she was featured here on January 9, 2012, almost no one had heard of her and she was given almost no chance of winning the Republican nomination.
I’ve been giving serious consideration to finally joining the NRA.
The people who want to take away your guns (and they would if they could) almost always are the same people who want to control every aspect of your life, from the health care you get to the sodas you drink to the pain...
After election day in Utah-04, Democrat Jim Matheson was ahead of Mia Love by 2,646 votes.
But there were approximately 72,000 provisional and absentee ballots yet to be counted. The results for the final canvass are being released today. We will update.
Operation Counterweight 2012 is over. I reported the results in an earlier post, here is my assessment.
The first thing you need to understand is that by definition we chose difficult races, not e...
Mia Love voting in Utah-04.
I certainly don’t want to get overly confident, but this is very good news, via The Salt Lake Tribune:
For 12 years, Jim Matheson has been a political escape artist, managing to wiggle free from every trap the Utah Republicans have thrown his way.
But after six successful elections, his charmed political run...
A new video from the National Republican Congressional Committee.
Features two of our Operation Counterweight candidates.
Mia Love is in a tight race in Utah-04 against Democratic incumbent Jim Matheson.
While recent polling had Love slightly ahead, the race is expected to be close.
As a Democrat in a majority Republican district, Matheson tries to keep quiet about his support of Obama. Matheson needs a lot of voters to...
October has been a month full of good news for Mia Love. The Operation Counterweight member running for Congress in Utah’s newly created 4th Congressional District has faced an uphill battle since she entered the race.
She began her campaign in the Republican primary with little name recognition or money to speak...
I’m not getting overly confident, but this is encouraging, Latest poll: Mia Love pulls ahead of Jim Matheson in 4th District race:
Love, a Republican, now...