Hageman, Who Defeated Liz Cheney, Wins Congressional Seat

Harriet Hageman is projected to win Wyoming’s congressional seat, in line with the Related Press.

Hageman gained the GOP nomination for Wyoming’s sole Home seat with a landslide major win over incumbent Liz Cheney, who fell out of favor with fellow Republicans due to her help for Trump’s second impeachment and her position on the Home panel investigating the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021. Hageman beforehand positioned third within the 2018 major for governor. 

Democratic nominee and Native American activist Lynnette Gray Bull, Hageman’s opponent Tuesday, misplaced to Cheney in 2020.   

A lawyer, Hageman, 60, has a bachelor’s diploma from the College of Wyoming and obtained her legislation diploma from the College of Wyoming Faculty of Legislation. She was a legislation clerk for the U.S. Courtroom of Appeals for the tenth Circuit. 

Hageman forged herself as a staunch defender of the U.S. Structure, saying the Left has “unleashed an onslaught on our Structure” and that she would “work every single day to dam the liberals’ efforts to destroy our constitutional republic.”  

Hageman is pro-life and has stated abortion “will in the future be remembered as a grave stain on American historical past.” She is a critic of the entrenched administrative state, saying that she “fought regulators and bureaucrats in court docket; now I’ll do it in Congress.” 

In a speech September at The Heritage Basis, Hageman stated, “The Biden administration is a constitutional catastrophe the likes of which we’ve not seen earlier than.” (The Day by day Sign is the information outlet of The Heritage Basis.)

Ken McIntyre contributed to this report.

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