With new numbers released, Republican Rep. Mia Love takes lead in Utah race

With new numbers released, Republican Rep. Mia Love takes lead in Utah race
Rep. Mia Love (R-Utah) is running for reelection but is not mentioned in the Ebony roundup. (Image: YouTube screen grab)

[Ed. – Public service reminder: the election was 11 days ago.  We can hope Love prevails in the end, but this endless, unaccountable post-election ballot-counting is just a way to embed fraud in the voting “process.”  There is zero evidence that it has ever been Republicans behind that.]

Republican incumbent Mia Love took the lead in the race for Utah’s 4th Congressional District Friday following the latest release of numbers by Utah County.

Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams had held a lead over Love since election night and had a 1,169 vote lead over Love Friday afternoon, prior to the release of new numbers from Utah County.

Following the release of the numbers from Utah County, Love held a 419 vote lead over McAdams.

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Earlier Friday, a judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by Love, seeking to block the counting of ballots in Salt Lake County. Love requested to challenge signature verification being done on ballots by the Salt Lake County Clerk.

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