Marjorie Taylor Greene Wins Primary, Liz Cheney 60 Points Behind Primary Opponent
Public Advvocate president Eugene Delgaudio says: "Conservative Majorie Taylor Greene won her primary with 85 per cent of the vote recently and Liz Cheney is 60 points behind her August 16 Primary opponent according to recent poll reports. This is with wall to wall news media coverage of her attacks on Donald Trump. Georgia voters love "Wonder Woman" Greene but hate Trump hater Cheney," Delgaudio says.
Cheney is trailing her leading GOP primary rival, attorney Harriet Hageman by 28-56 percent, according to a survey chartered by the Hageman-backing super PAC, Wyoming Values, and obtained by NBC News. The survey was conducted by Tony Fabrizio, who also polls for former President Trump. It closely tracks other polls in the state, according to Republican insiders.
"I think the race is kind of getting baked in here against Cheney," said Republican consultant Bill Cubin. "It wouldn't be so much that she's participating in the Jan. 6 Committee - and yes a lot of Republicans are uncomfortable with that - but there's this feeling she's not really representing Wyoming anymore."
Some Cheney supporters privately echo the same sentiment, but her campaign vehemently denies that she's not home often enough or that she has no way to come back before the Aug. 16 primary.