New Poll In Wyoming Spells Bad News For Rep. Liz Cheney

Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney may be in serious trouble of losing her seat in Congress.

Conservative voters have had it with Republicans who stab them in the back and Cheney’s participation in Nancy Pelosi’s sham investigation of January 6th might have been the last straw.

A new poll out of the state shows just how bad the situation is for her.

The Federalist reports:

New Wyoming Poll Shows More Trouble For Liz Cheney

Results of new poll released Friday continue to show support for Republican Rep. Liz Cheney deep underwater among her Wyoming constituents as she prepares for a competitive primary.

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According to a survey conducted by McLaughlin & Associates shown exclusively to the Washington Examiner, 77 percent of Republican primary voters said they would back a candidate besides Cheney in the upcoming contest. Only 23 percent said Cheney could count on their support.

More than half, 53 percent, described Cheney as “liberal,” whereas only 26 percent labeled their at-large representative who has joined Democrats in defining moments as “conservative.”

Former President Donald Trump released a statement hours before the poll was published calling on the Wyoming Republican Party to unite behind a single primary challenger before the five major candidates who have announced split the vote and give Cheney a fourth term.

“The easiest way to defeat Deplorable Liz Cheney is by having only ONE Conservative candidate run and WIN!” Trump wrote. “Wyoming Patriots will no longer stand for Nancy Pelosi and her new lapdog RINO Liz Cheney!”

See Trump’s statement below:

Conservative Americans need Republicans who will stand strong when times get tough.

Liz Cheney is not one of them.

 

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