Mia Love’s parents fled Haiti to escape political corruption. They arrived in the United States with just $10 in their pockets and hope inspired by the possibility of freedom. When times were tough, they didn't look to the government for help. They looked within. Mia’s father, who took a second job cleaning toilets just to make ends meet, once said to her: “Mia, your mother and I never took a handout. You will not be a burden to society. You will give back.”
Give back she has. Mia served as city councilwoman and mayor of Saratoga Springs, Utah, before becoming the first black Republican woman, and first black American from Utah, elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.
In Congress, Mia rolled up her sleeves and got to work. She has sponsored 28 bills, and co-sponsored another 360 more. And she has championed bi-partisan causes, working across the aisle to improve the lives of everyday Americans. She is a true example of what it means to be a conservative leader.
Mia’s belief in the American Dream is as strong today as it was for her parents, and she is passionate about helping others find this freedom for themselves.
You’ll find Mia’s name on the ballot in Utah’s 4th Congressional District as she runs for reelection.