Tiara Mack (born December 21, 1993) is an American politician and a Democratic member of the Rhode Island Senate representing District 6. Mack assumed office on January 5, 2021, primarying fellow Democrat Harold Metts.

Born in 1993, Tiara Mack was raised in Georgia and South Carolina. Mack's mother worked as a teacher and her family struggled financially

In 2012 Mack moved to Providence to attend Brown University; she graduated from the school in 2016 with a BA in public health.[3] While attending Brown University, Mack played in the university's women's Rugby Union team.

In the 2020 Rhode Island Senate elections, Mack challenged incumbent state senator Harold Metts in the Democratic primary.[5] Metts had a pro-life record and was opposed to the LGBTQ movement, and Mack's campaign proved effective at winning over younger, more socially liberal voters.[6] Mack defeated Metts, winning with 60% of the vote.

clip of Rhode Island state senator Tiara Mack twerking has gone viral and provoked strong reactions on both sides of the political spectrum.

Mack, a Democrat representing District 6 in Rhode Island, uploaded the video of her twerking upside down while on a beach onto TikTok on July 4.

Underneath her original TikTok, social media users left thousands of comments, a majority of which were praising the Democrat over the video.

"Ignore the haters. You are righteous and compassionate. I would love to have you as my senator; cheering you on from Connecticut," one TikTok user wrote.

"I love that you didn't take it down! I live in GA, but just donated to your reelection campaign," a second added. Continue reading

The TikTok clip, which has been viewed more than 60,000 times, later made its way to Twitter and had been viewed nearly 2 million times by Wednesday morning after it was shared by the controversial profile "Libs of TikTok".