This article originally appeared in Utah Policy. Read it in its entirety here. The much-anticipated live TV debate between Mia Love and Ben McAdams provided a few fireworks Monday night, but likely not enough to move the needle much either way on this very close 4th Congressional District contest. First, some general observations: In this #MeToo
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This article originally appeared in the Deseret News. Read it in its entirety here. SANDY — Even before the start of the only 4th Congressional District debate between Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, and her Democrat challenger, Salt Lake Mayor Ben McAdams, there was new friction between the candidates. In a statement handed out moments before
Must be October! Campaigns are in full swing, but some weird moments have been popping up in the campaigns of Mark Crockett (SLCO Mayor), John Dougall (State Auditor) and Mia Love (Congress, District 4)
Mia Love, current mayor of Saratoga Springs and the Republican candidate for Utah’s new fourth Congressional seat, has gotten a lot of attention this week after a speech at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. on Tuesday night. However, Josh Kanter, founder of Alliance for a Better UTAH, a nonprofit organization that educates Utah
Better UTAH’s Eric Ethington joins Utah News Service to talk about how Mia Love, candidate for Congress in Utah’s new 4th district, is breaking with fellow Utah Republicans like Governor Herbert. While Herbert and the rest of the Utah conservatives say that using the Earned Income Tax Credit to keep taxes down on low-income Utahns
In episode 10 of the Better UTAH Beat, we begin our series of breakdowns of congressional candidate Mia Love’s “No Love” economic plan. This week: her plan to cut down the earned income tax credit.