Ann Romney Endorses Utah Congressional Candidate Mia Love


Boston, MA – Ann Romney today announced her support for Utah Congressional candidate Mia Love.

“Women across the country are concerned for our children’s futures,” said Ann Romney. “Will our children be able to find jobs and will they be faced with burdensome debt? Mia’s record of reducing spending and making government more accountable to the taxpayers should be an example for Washington. With leaders like her, we can help ensure that our children and grandchildren have bright futures.”

“I am honored to have Ann’s support,” said Mia Love. “She understands the importance of fostering an environment for job creation and making government more responsible. These are the same principles that I have fought for as mayor and as a councilwoman, and they are the same principles that I will bring to Washington.”

Background On Mia Love:

Mia Love Is The Mayor Of Saratoga Springs, Utah. Mayor Love is an advocate for the conservative principles of fiscal discipline, limited government, and personal responsibility. As mayor, and during two terms on the city council prior to her election as mayor, Love has led Saratoga Springs through a period of 1700% population growth within a decade. Facing an economic downturn and collapsing revenues, Love led the effort to close a massive budget deficit and put Saratoga Springs on a firm financial footing. Saratoga Springs now holds the highest bond rating available for a city of its class. Love and her husband, Jason, have three children.

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