Liz Cheney to run for House seat: report
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The report says she "is likely to launch her bid for Congress within days."
Cheney ran for Senate in 2014 as a primary challenger to Sen. Mike EnziMichael (Mike) Bradley EnziCheney on same-sex marriage opposition: 'I was wrong' What Republicans should demand in exchange for raising the debt ceiling Senate votes to end debate on T infrastructure bill MORE. But she withdrew from the race before the primary, citing "serious health issues" in her family. 
Cheney’s name recognition and previous experience in the State Department is likely to make her the instant favorite in a race that includes a handful of candidates already. 
State Sen. Leland Christensen (R) and State Rep. Tim Stubson (R) are among the candidates seeking the seat. Lummis's daughter is helping run Christensen's reelection, according to local media reports, but the sitting congresswoman has not yet weighed in. 
Wyoming is seen as a safe Republican seat. The state hasn't elected a Democrat to either the House or Senate since the 1970s.