This Oct. 2, 2012, photo, shows Utah Republican candidate Mia Love posing with two performers before a radio debate with incumbent Democratic Rep. Jim Matheson at the KSL broadcast center, in Salt Lake City. If elected in Utah’s redrawn 4th District, Love would be the first black, Republican woman elected to Congress. On the road to possibly becoming the first black Republican woman elected to Congress, Love made a brief star turn at the party’s convention, touching on a subject she usually downplays: race. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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This Oct. 2, 2012, photo, shows Utah Republican candidate Mia Love posing with two performers before a radio debate with incumbent Democratic Rep. Jim Matheson at the KSL broadcast center, in Salt Lake City.  If elected in Utah’s redrawn 4th District, Love would be the first black, Republican woman elected to Congress. On the road to possibly becoming the first black Republican woman elected to Congress, Love made a brief star turn at the party’s convention, touching on a subject she usually downplays: race. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
This Oct. 2, 2012, photo, shows Utah Republican candidate Mia Love posing with two performers before a radio debate with incumbent Democratic Rep. Jim Matheson at the KSL broadcast center, in Salt Lake City. If elected in Utah’s redrawn 4th District, Love would be the first black, Republican woman elected to Congress. On the road to possibly becoming the first black Republican woman elected to Congress, Love made a brief star turn at the party’s convention, touching on a subject she usually downplays: race. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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