World's Super Power Nation's First black female Republican joins in Congress

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  • Mia Love of Utah became the first black female Republican in Congress as she was sworn in along with 57 other freshmen members of the US house.
  • Love, 39, a former mayor of Saratoga Springs, was elected in November in Utah's 4th district.
  • She already has started making appearances on cable news channels and on Sunday talk shows, most recently as a guest on ABC's "This Week."
  • The new congresswoman also said she's honored be serving on the House Financial Services Committee.
  • Love didn't emphasize her race during her campaign in 2014 and an unsuccessful bid in 2012, but she acknowledged the significance of her election after her victory in November.
  • Love has joined the Congressional Black Caucus and is part of a small group of black Republicans in the new Congress.