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Mia Love

Mia Love

She made histroy. Now read hers.

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In 2014, Mia Love made history by becoming the first black Republican woman elected to Congress. The story of how she did it begins in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, during the reign of "Papa Doc" Duvalier, one of the world's most reviled dictators. It continues in suburban Connecticut, where she reveled in musical theater. And after her conversion to Mormonism it shifts to Utah, where a political awakening led her first to the city council in Saratoga Springs and then the halls of Congress.

In this political biography, reporters Matt Canham, Robert Gehrke and Thomas Burr explore the defining moments in her life, illuminated through dozens of interviews with Mia, her family, those closest to her and those critical of her.

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