This is very likely the end of the line for Rep. Liz Cheney in Wyoming.
Cheney and Trump-endorsed challenger Harriet Hageman will battle it out for the Cowboy State’s only House seat on Tuesday —and Cheney is way behind in every available poll.
And Wyoming is Trump country.
“Trump won Wyoming by more than 40 points in 2020, and a recent poll conducted by the Casper Star-Tribune found Cheney was running 22 points behind Hageman, a natural resources litigator who has campaigned tirelessly throughout the state while Cheney has courted national media approval as vice chair of House Democrats’ Jan. 6 panel,” Just The News reports.
“Another poll found that just 15% of Wyoming Republicans are supporting Cheney in her reelection bid, while 98% of Wyoming Democrats planning to vote in the GOP primary support her.”
Cheney’s primary represents the last contest involving House GOP members who voted to impeach Donald Trump after Jan. 6. “Of the 10 impeachment Republicans in the House, four members retired, three lost their primaries, two prevailed, and Cheney appears headed for defeat,” Just The News adds.
Continue reading over at Just The News:
Impeachment Republicans' last stand? Cheney, Murkowski face Trump-backed primary challengers | Just The News https://t.co/YLj7833IJU
— Just the News (@JustTheNews) August 16, 2022