The polls show Hageman with a huge lead over Cheney. But they were funded by groups supporting the Republican challenger.
Saturday's Trump rally filled the Ford Wyoming Center to capacity for the first time since at least 2016. But it wasn't the biggest crowd in the state's history, as some claimed.
Even as Rep. Liz Cheney breaks fundraising records in the midst of her toughest reelection campaign yet, some Wyoming-based megadonors who supported her in previous races are now pouring their fortunes into her challenger.
What do Rep. Liz Cheney, lawyer Harriet Hageman and a man once dubbed the 'Drugs Wizard' have in common? They're all running for Wyoming's lone U.S. House seat.
The Republican National Committee voted Friday to censure Rep. Liz Cheney over her service on the House committee investigating the Jan.6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Fundraising is dramatically higher in Wyoming's House race this time. Candidates have so far raised over $9 million -- three times the amount of the 2020 campaign.
Cheney reported her highest fundraising quarter yet, collecting $2 million. Over the entirety of 2021, the congresswoman raised $7.22 million -- a staggering sum for Wyoming politics.
Hageman's new fundraising committees are the latest sign of how unprecedented the race is for Wyoming's lone House seat.
The Wyoming GOP called Cheney's comments a "foolish ploy." She responded by saying she was "deeply troubled by those members of our state party who have taken dangerous, and in some cases unconstitutional, positions."
Super PACs have traditionally stayed out of Wyoming politics. But that appears to be changing.
U.S. House candidate Harriet Hageman announced a slew of endorsements Thursday from people in the Wyoming political-sphere.
Speculation surrounding the 2024 presidential race has already started, and Rep. Liz Cheney has sent out at least a few signals that she might be interested in a run.
Cheney is collecting more contributions from Wyomingites than in past elections. But her biggest support is now coming from outside states including Virginia, California and New York.
Wyoming Sen. Anthony Bouchard’s campaign for U.S. House experienced a stark drop in fundraising in the most recent quarter, according to newly…
Some of Trump's biggest donors have started to give to Hageman including Wyoming businessman Timothy Mellon.
Gray is the third candidate to either suspend or end their campaign following Trump's endorsement of Harriet Hageman.
After months of build up, Trump made it official Thursday by endorsing Cheney's former ally in the race to unseat her.