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Topic - Elizabeth Cheney
Liz Cheney fell behind U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi in fundraising and spent more money than she raised over the last three-months of her campaign as her bid to unseat the three-term Republican faltered amid a public spat with her sister and difficulty gaining support among mainstream Republicans in Wyoming.
Liz Cheney might not be done running for elected office.
Liz Cheney abandoned her GOP primary challenge to Wyoming Sen. Michael B. Enzi on Monday, a move that underscores the long odds facing challengers looking to unseat longtime Republican incumbents this year.
Liz Cheney, daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, on Monday abruptly abandoned her effort to unseat Republican incumbent Sen. Mike Enzi of Wyoming.
You could call it the "Catfight at Cheney Corral" (but if you do, you should expect feminist outrage). When Liz Cheney moved from the suburbs of the nation's capital to Wyoming to run for the U.S. Senate, she knew she was asking for trouble. She risked being called a "carpetbagger," but that has a sharper sting in Virginia than in Wyoming. By emphasizing her conservative roots, she pulled intimate and sensitive family laundry out for a public airing.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney says he and his wife are naturally upset their two daughters are disputing over their conflicting views of gay marriage, but that what perhaps hurts more is they've taken a years-long, behind-the-scenes argument and brought it into the public arena.
The daughters of former Vice President Dick Cheney escalated a public feud about gay marriage over the weekend, after Mary Cheney and her female partner fought back on Facebook against a perceived slight issued by Liz Cheney in an television broadcast interview.
Liz Cheney, a Wyoming Republican and U.S. Senate hopeful, said Sunday there is "no question" President Obama lied to the nation when he said Americans who like their health care plans can keep them.
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter — who has herself come under fire from the right for her past blanket support of perceived Republicans In Name Only — has come out swinging against GOP leaders she accuses of hijacking the party.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has remained silent on whether he supports President Obama's calls for military strikes against Syria, saying only that he wants more information as he tries to calibrate his views with those of his colleagues in Washington and voters back home in Kentucky.
U.S. Senate candidate Liz Cheney says she would not vote to authorize the use of military force in Syria.
Mary Cheney, the daughter of former vice president Dick Cheney, isn't pulling any punches when it comes to weighing in on her Senate-hopeful sister Liz's objection to gay marriage, calling her view 100 percent wrong in a blunt Facebook posting picked up by various media.
Liz Cheney allegedly makes 'false statement' on fishing license application, posts $220 bond: report
U.S. Senate hopeful Liz Cheney recently found herself in some hot water with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, according to media reports.
Though neither is particularly qualified and both benefit from being their fathers' daughters, there is a substantial distinction between the candidacies of Caroline Kennedy for ambassador to Japan and Liz Cheney for senator from Wyoming ("Liz Cheney run is the 'wrong race at the wrong time,' Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso says," Web, July 17).
Sen. Michael Enzi is 23 years older than Liz Cheney, and voters in Wyoming likely will be reminded of that fact many times as the two head toward a primary election fight in 2014.
Cheney said falling behind financially did not factor into her decision to quit.
From July through September, Enzi raised $850,000 while Cheney, who announced her campaign July 17, brought in just over $1 million.