Being a politician is not an easy. It requires bravery comes responsibility and you should know how to deal with your family and serving in your community. You will encounter different challenges and obstacles especially on how to understand the different situation and how to deal with it. If you are wondering about the politicians dating life, here are the strong U.S politicians who prove that despite serving people they can manage their love life as well.
1. Ludmya “Mia” Love
An American politician and the U.S. Representative from Utah’s 4th congressional district. She is Haitian American and the first black female Republican Party member in the U.S. Congress, as well as the first black American to be elected to the U.S. Congress from Utah. She is married to Jason Love. It was Labor Day 1998 and they had tickets for Timpanogos Cave, a stunning national monument with illuminated stalactites and stalagmites reached after a walk up a steep trail.
Mia was gung-ho, but her roommate Melanie Knudson wasn’t so sure. By the time they approached the cave opening, Melanie had had enough and told the others she was returning to the car and that they should forge ahead. It was then that Jason realized he was interested in being more than friends with Mia.
“I really felt like Mia had a great sense of adventure and I really liked that about her,” Jason said. For their first real date, he took Mia to a shooting range, where they fired off shotguns and pistols. It was the first time she had shot a gun, and she liked it.
After a few months, the two became engaged and each met the other’s family. Neither Jason nor Mia felt race mattered to their prospective in-laws, but others raised the issue.
As Mia learned about the LDS Church, she heard from a few people that its members frowned on interracial marriage. Jason heard comments when people learned that he was dating a black woman. As the Loves started their family and Jason began making a decent salary in the software business, the two bought a house in Saratoga Springs, near Utah Lake in a new subdivision dubbed Loch Lomond. In a matter of weeks, she came face to face with a pernicious neighborhood plague — the midge. Despite those who criticize them they stand strong and believe their love for each other.
2. Barack Hussein Obama II
The 44th President of the United States from 2009 to 2017. He is married to her loving wife Michelle Obama. He met Michelle Robinson when he was employed as a summer associate at the Chicago law firm of Sidley Austin. Assigned for three months as Obama’s adviser at the firm, Robinson joined him at several group social functions, but declined his initial requests to date. They began dating later that summer, became engaged in 1991 and we’re on October 3, 1992. They have two daughters named Malia Ann and Sasha. Since Barack became President of the United States in 2008, the Obamas have captured our hearts with their love for one another. Obama mentions his wife in almost every speech he gives, and often showers her with PDA, even when the cameras are rolling. Having a big responsibility in the country makes him being a good head of the family that despite all the issues, triumphs they met, they still remain strong. They just celebrated 25 years of their marriage.
3. William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton
An American politician who served as the 42nd President of the United States from 1993 to 2001. He is married to Hillary Rodham. Their love story began in the library. After her graduation from law school, Bill took Hillary on her first trip to Europe. The two landed in London, and Bill guided Hillary through all the city sites. As the sun was setting that first day, the couple found themselves standing on the shores of Lake Ennerdale and Bill proposed. Because she is thinking of her future she said “No’. Bill proposed again and again but she said “no”. After school, Hillary moved to Arkansas. Not set on a career path, she decided to take a trip home to Chicago and to the East Coast to visit friends and check out prospective job offers. On the way to the airport, she and Bill passed a red brick house near the university with a “For Sale” sign out front. “I casually mentioned that it was a sweet-looking little house and never gave it a second thought,” Hillary says. After a few weeks of travel, Hillary returned to Arkansas. When she landed at the airport, Bill was there to pick her up and said, “Do you remember that house you liked? Well, I bought it, so now you’d better marry me because I can’t live in it by myself.” That time, Hillary said yes. Hillary and Bill married in the living room of their new home on October 11, 1975. A local Methodist minister and his wife officiated the ceremony as 15 of their closest friends and family looked on. Following the intimate ceremony, Hillary and Bill’s friends hosted a reception in their backyard where a few hundred friends gathered to celebrate.
4. George Walker Bush
An American politician who served as the 43rd President of the United States from 2001 to 2009. He is married to Laura Welch.
They are the longest-married couple in presidential history and if you need evidence that true love exists, look no further than George H.W. and Barbara Bush.
The former president and first lady celebrated their 72nd wedding anniversary in January. After a long-distance courtship, the two wed on Jan. 6, 1945. The lovebirds met at a dance in 1941 when George H.W. Bush was 16 years old and Barbara was home from boarding school during a holiday break. They were engaged right before he was shipped overseas as a naval pilot during World War II and married in Rye, N.Y.
5. Richard Bruce Rafael “Ted” Edward Cruz
An American politician and attorney serving as the junior United States Senator from Texas since 2013. He is married to Heidi Nelson on May 27, 2001.The couple has two daughters, Caroline and Catherine. Cruz met his wife while working on George W. Bush’s 2000 presidential campaign.
The couple, who have been married for 15 years, played up to the audience in New York ahead of the crucial primary next Tuesday amid rumors of infidelity that have rocked his bid for the presidency in recent weeks.
But then, in January 2000, she met Ted, a Harvard Law grad and former Supreme Court clerk, who was also working on the campaign. While many were put off by Ted’s abrasive, arrogant demeanor, Heidi found him charming. “It was for both of us, strangely, kind of love at first sight,” she told the San-Antonio Express-News in December, 15 years after they met. “He was interesting and interested. He clearly had a unique combination of deep intellect, charm and wit, and quite a lot of room in his life for fun.” Of a first date that sounds similar to a job interview, she told the New York Times in 2013 that he “asked me a lot of questions about my background, my goals in life, my 10-year plan, my 20-year plan.” They got married the following May.