Latest Poll Has Liz Cheney Down 22 Points in Wyoming Race Against Trump-Backed Challenger Harriet Hageman
The latest poll has RINO rat Liz Cheney trailing her challenger Harriet Hageman by 22 points.
Cheney is a top cheerleader for Pelosi and she’s currently one of the top representatives running the illegitimate January 6 Committee.
Cheney begged Democrats to help her in the Wyoming primary but she’s still trailing far behind Trump-backed Hageman.
President Trump held a rally for surging congressional candidate Harriet Hageman on May 28 in Casper, Wyoming.
Trump spoke in front of thousands of fired-up MAGA supporters in another packed arena.
During his speech President Trump went off on vicious Liz Cheney, “Wyoming thought you were electing a conservative warrior—but instead you got a lapdog for Pelosi, and a human soundbite machine for CNN and MSDNC. Liz Cheney DESPISES the voters of the Republican Party. Wyoming deserves a Congresswoman who stands UP for you and your values, not one who spends all her time putting you DOWN.”
Wyoming voters are rejecting Cheney’s smears and lies.
Fox News reported:
Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., trails Republican challenger Harriet Hageman by 22% in a poll released Friday, spelling trouble for the anti-Trump Republican’s primary next month.
More than half, 52%, of likely primary voters in Wyoming said they would support Hageman, while just 30% expressed support for Cheney, according to the survey conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy on behalf of the Casper, Wyoming, Star Tribune.
The poll, conducted July 7-11 among 1,100 likely voters, showed single-digit support for other Republican primary candidates for Wyoming’s sole House seat, and indicated that 11% of voters were undecided.
The Wyoming poll found that the majority of voters disagreed with Cheney’s decision to serve on the Jan. 6 Committee (63%), and thought her opposition to Trump hurt her ability to represent Wyoming (61%). And 54% said Cheney’s service on the select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attacks made them less likely to vote for her.
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Author: Cristina Laila