BUFFALO, WY – Over the weekend, Wyoming Republicans voted on a resolution to no longer recognize Representative Liz Cheney as a member of the Republican party.

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The resolution narrowly passed the Wyoming GOP Central Committee during Saturday’s meeting by 31-29.

The vote does not mean that Cheney will lose power or position, but rather it is a symbolic vote, also known as censuring the Representative. Prior to this vote, nine county Republican parties around Wyoming also voted to no longer recognize Cheney.

Joey Correnti, chairman of the Carbon County GOP, said that in the other counties, the resolutions were passed by a wider margin than the state’s.

“Previously mentioned in the resolution of censure, Representative Liz Cheney ‘cast her vote in favor of impeachment without any quantifiable evidence of High Crimes or Misdemeanors,” the resolution stated. “As to date, no quantifiable and or undisputed evidence has been offered Representative Liz Cheney to defend her questionable decision.”

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“To further her own personal political agenda, Representative Liz Cheney has not only caused massive disruption, distraction and division within the House Republican Conference, but has also willingly, happily, and energetically joined forced with and proudly pledged allegiance to democrat Speaker of the House Pelosi, as a means of serving her own personal interests while ignoring the interests, needs and expectations of Wyoming Republicans.”

Cheney is currently serving as vice chairwoman of the House select committee, which investigates the incident at the US Capitol in DC on January 6. This is the basis of the resolution’s statement regarding Nancy Pelosi.

A Cheney spokesperson, Jeremy Adler, assured the public that Cheney is “bound by oath to the Constitution.” He said, “It’s laughable to suggest Liz is anything but a committed conservative Republican. She is bound by her oath to the Constitution. Sadly, a portion of the Wyoming GOP leadership has abandoned that fundamental principle, and instead allowed themselves to be held hostage to the lies of a dangerous and irrational man.”

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Cheney faces reelection in 2022. This is her second official censure in the State this year, the first coming in February after she voted to impeach President Trump.

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