Conservative Harriet Hageman Wins Wyoming House Seat Once Held By Liz Cheney

Conservative Republican Harriet Hageman has won the Wyoming House seat once occupied by RINO Liz Cheney.

Hageman will do a great job representing her constituents.

Republicans will find her a reliable vote in the House, too.

The Hill reports:

Hageman captures Cheney’s Wyoming House seat

Wyoming attorney Harriet Hageman was projected to win the state’s at-large House seat, officially securing her place as the successor to outgoing Rep. Liz Cheney (R).

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The Associated Press called the race at 11 p.m. ET.

Hageman, a constitutional and natural resource attorney, secured the Republican nomination over the summer, soundly defeating Cheney in the GOP primary by more than 30 percentage points.

Former President Trump endorsed Hageman shortly after she announced her bid, making good on his promise to help oust Cheney after she opposed his claims of election fraud and voted to impeach him following the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol.

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The 2020 presidential election was a common theme throughout the Wyoming race. Cheney largely centered her campaign on the notion that claims of election fraud are a threat to U.S. democracy and that Trump — the lead advocate of those assertions — poses a danger to the country.

Congratulations to Harriet Hageman!

She will be a great addition to the House!


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