Congresswoman Mia Love is serving her first term in the House of Representatives. She is a proud member of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus, and is a staunch supporter of 2nd Amendment Rights.
Rep. Love was born in Brooklyn, New York and grew up Connecticut. Her parents, Haitian immigrants, often worked multiple jobs to support their family.
After college, Congresswoman Love married her husband Jason and moved to Utah. She served two terms on the city council of Saratoga Springs, one of Utah’s fastest growing cities. As City Councilwoman and eventually Mayor, she led the city through period of tremendous growth.
The Loves have three children, and enjoy the recreational freedom that Utah has to offer. She and her husband are avid target shooters. Congresswoman Love is a concealed-carry permit holder, and will always defend a person’s right to keep and bear arms.
Congresswoman Love is best known for her conservative positions on limited government, increased citizen liberties and limited restraints on business. She is serving on the Financial Services committee, as well as on the Monetary Policy and Trade and Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit subcommittees. She was chosen to serve on the House Select Investigative Committee on Infant lives.
Bills Congresswoman Love has co-sponsored include:
HR 986 Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act
HR 4319 Second Amendment Defense Act
HR 3799 Hearing Protection Act
Letters signed re:
ATF and armor piercing bullets
UN treaty letter about 2nd amendment rights
Your opinion counts
What do you support as a means to either complement or enhance the funding state fish and wildlife agencies receive through the American System of Conservation Funding? (To learn more about the options below, visit CSF's issue briefs)Vote Here
- Increase the price of hunting and fishing licenses, tags, permits or stamps (8.97%)
- Create new species-specific stamps (e.g. trout stamp) (3.85%)
- Implement a conservation stamp for non-consumptive users (e.g. hikers, bikers, birdwatchers, etc.) that use state-owned lands (30.77%)
- Adopt a Conservation Sales Tax at the state level on all taxable goods, with the funds allocated for conservation projects (15.38%)
- Adopt a Dedicated Sales Tax on Outdoor Goods (a state-level tax on outdoor goods similar to the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Programs) (23.08%)
- The creation of non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds for state wildlife agencies (17.95%)