REPUBLICAN MIA LOVE LOSES UTAH RACE BY FEWER THAN 700 VOTES AFTER TRUMP MOCKED HER FOR SHUNNING HIM


Incumbent Republican Rep. Mia Love has lost her Utah seat by a margin of fewer than 700 votes.

The Associated Press has now called the race for the state’s 4th Congressional District Tuesday for Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams.

Officials will certify the hotly contested Midterm results Monday. A larger margin, AP reported, may have required a recount.

Love made history in 2014 when she became the first black Republican woman elected to Congress, after serving as mayor of Saratoga Springs from 2010. Democrat Jim Matheson was the first person to represent Utah’s 4th district, which was created after the 2010 Census.

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