Harriet Hageman WINS Wyoming House race, officially replacing Liz Cheney

by Summer Lane

Trump-endorsed GOP congressional nominee Harriet Hageman hammered the final nail in “RINO” Republican Rep. Liz Cheney’s political coffin on Tuesday night, rising to an epic victory in Wyoming after a year of hardcore campaigning.

Hageman was endorsed by President Trump in 2021.

“I strongly endorse Republican House of Representatives Candidate Harriet Hageman from Wyoming who is running against warmonger and disloyal Republican, Liz Cheney,” Trump wrote in his endorsement.

Hageman achieved victory in Wyoming by impressive margins, winning a staggering 70 percent of the vote with 65.51 percent of precincts reporting late Tuesday night, via Fox News.

via Fox News

Cheney, notably, was one of several Republicans who voted to impeach President Trump in 2021. It would appear that the congresswoman’s anti-Trump rhetoric didn’t earn her any brownie points with Wyoming voters.

“She is not focusing on Wyoming, she’s not focusing on our issues,” Hageman stated after her thunderous primary victory against Cheney in 2022, per RSBN. “She is still focusing on an obsession about President Trump and the citizens of Wyoming, the voters of Wyoming, sent a very loud message tonight. We have spoken.”

Harriet Hageman will be taking Cheney’s place in Congress, dealing yet another resounding defeat to Trump “impeachers” and returning the power to the people of Wyoming.

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