Harriet Hageman, backed by President Donald Trump, is running against Representative Liz Cheney for her House seat in the Wyoming Republican primary.
WPA Intelligence for Club for Growth PAC ran a poll that shows if the election were held today, Hagemann led with 56% of the vote, Liz Cheney with 26%, Anthony Bouchard with 12%, and 6% of voters were undecided.
“The survey of 400 likely Republican primary voters was conducted by live telephone interviews between May 24 and 25. The sample was stratified by geography, age, gender and vote history. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9% at a 95% confidence level,” the PAC claimed.
The Hill reported that Hageman stated, “It will be a tremendous honor and incredibly exciting to have President Trump visit with us and it will no doubt be the largest political event in Wyoming history. His policies were the best that we have ever seen, from building the greatest economy in the world, to driving America to energy independence, to enforcing our immigration laws and I expect thousands of Wyomingites to come out to thank him enthusiastically.”
She added, “When I am the Congresswoman from Wyoming, I will always stand for and defend our values and always remember that it was the people of this great state who hired me to represent them. I am grateful for President Trump’s support in my campaign, and I look forward to seeing him in Casper.”
Wyoming GOP House primary will be held on August 16, 2022, and is a top priority for Donald Trump.
Trump and Cheney have had bad blood since he has been in office. President Trump has called the Representative from Wyoming a “RINO” (Republican in name only) several times.
Cheney was not thrilled with Donald Trump’s fascinating influence over the Republican party. She voted to impeach the President after the January 6 riots at the Capitol.
Nancy Pelosi hand-selected her to sit on the January 6 Select Committee, being only one of two Republicans selected by the Speaker of the House.
Her constituents did not handle her actions toward President Trump lightly, and she was voted out of her role as the House Republican Conference Chair last summer. As well as, the Wyoming Republican Party voted to no longer recognize Cheney as a member for her unforgivable attacks on Trump.
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