Utah Rep. Mia Love concedes, bringing Democrats' net gain in the House to 39 seats

Utah Rep. Mia Love officially conceded Monday to her Democratic opponent, Ben McAdams, bringing Democrats' net gain in the U.S. House this cycle to 39 seats.
1:02 | 11/26/18

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Transcript for Utah Rep. Mia Love concedes, bringing Democrats' net gain in the House to 39 seats
I am a Republican. I know conservative policies work Dayton lift everyone they lit the poor the young the vulnerable the black and the white. Our conservative policies they are young and unborn children. When the audience. That were out of block. The deck is stacked against us. We thing no. Not in this country. Because and the conservative policy the decade not stacked against and all have a chance. Conservative policies make it that no one in this country it's pre destined to be pork. I know because I let them I put them in action. I promoted them throughout our state and across the country. The problem is not a policy. It is that we are never taken. Into hearts and homes. I've been so proud to. Could be your representative and state of U top.

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