Harriet Hageman, Republican candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in Wyoming, today announced that her campaign raised over $1.3 million in the first quarter of 2022 with an average donation of $84, bringing the total amount raised in her campaign to more than $2 million from over 21,000 donations since she announced her candidacy in September 2021. Hageman, who is challenging incumbent Rep. Liz Cheney for Wyoming’s only House seat, ended the quarter with over $1 million in cash on hand. The full first quarter 2022 reports must be filed with the Federal Election Commission by April 15, 2022.
“It is an honor to have such support and I pledge to always reflect the views and values of the people of Wyoming when I am in Congress,” Hageman said. “This is Wyoming’s seat in the House, not one individual’s.”
Hageman was born and raised in Wyoming and learned the value of hard work and loyalty on her family’s ranch outside of Fort Laramie. She built her career fighting the overreach of the federal government as a constitutional attorney standing up for water, land, and property rights. Hageman has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump, Republican House Leader Kevin McCarthy, House Conference Chair Elise Stefanik, and Sen. Rand Paul, and beat Cheney in a recent Wyoming Republican state central committee straw poll by a lopsided 59-to-6 margin. She has traveled over 17,000 miles within the state, just since announcing her candidacy in September.