Harriet Hageman, Republican candidate for Wyoming’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, has released an impressive first list of grassroots leaders who will drive her campaign efforts across the state. These volunteers will focus on Hageman’s history of fighting for and defending Wyoming and Wyoming’s values, while spreading her message regarding how she will carry those principles to Congress. This show of grassroots and organizational strength demonstrates a broad and deep well of support among people who will vote in Wyoming’s August 16 Republican primary. Hageman will continue to add to this list as she builds out her campaign across the state.
“Growing up on my family’s ranch outside Fort Laramie, I learned the ‘Code of the West’ and the value of hard work and loyalty,” Hageman said. “I am as Wyoming as you can get, and I am proud to have put together a grassroots team of outstanding Wyomingites who love our state just as much as I do. I am grateful for their support, and I know that with their help, we will win this election and have a congresswoman who actually represents Wyoming’s interests.”
Hageman is challenging incumbent Rep. Liz Cheney, who has abandoned the people of Wyoming by spending her time as Nancy Pelosi’s hand-picked “Republican” on the sham January 6th Committee attacking President Trump. As reported by the New York Times, Cheney rarely visits Wyoming and has now decided that referring to state Republicans as “crazies” is the road to victory.
Hageman, a constitutional attorney who specializes in protecting water rights, property rights, and civil rights, has built her career fighting federal government overreach. Hageman has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump and Senator Rand Paul. She beat Cheney in a state central committee straw poll last month by a lopsided 59-to-6 margin. She has visited all 23 counties in Wyoming, traveling over 13,000 miles since announcing her candidacy in September 2021.
Hageman Grassroots Team
Big Horn County
Representative John Bear
Mari Jane Orner
Representative Chip Neiman
Former Representative Jim Allen
Former Representative David Miller
Senator Tim Salazar
Senator Cheri Steinmetz
Former Representative Marti Halverson
Former Congresswoman Barbara Cubin
Former State Representative Garry Piiparinen