The Rise, Stumble & Resurgence of the Next GOP Star
Matt Canham and Others
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In 2014, Mia Love made history by becoming the first black Republican woman elected to Congress, and she accomplished this feat in Utah.
Few congressional candidates have received more attention. As a small-town mayor, she snagged a prime-time slot at the 2012 Republican National Convention, appeared on Sunday political talk shows and campaigned for GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney at his request. Her bid for a House seat failed that year, by a tiny margin, but she triumphed in 2014.
This political biography by Salt Lake Tribune investigative reporters Matt Canham, Robert Gehrke and Thomas Burr explores Mia Love’s unlikely path from Connecticut to Utah, from musical theater to politics, and from the city hall in Saratoga Springs to the halls of Congress.
- Category: Biographies & Memoirs
- Published: Nov 05, 2014
- Publisher: The Salt Lake Tribune
- Seller: MediaNews Group
- Print Length: 187 Pages
- Language: English