Cheney named Republican nominee for U.S. House

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With 24 percent of Wyoming’s precincts reporting Tuesday night, Liz Cheney had pulled over 75 percent of the Republican vote – enough for the Associated Press to call the Republican nomination in her favor in her bid for another term in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Lynnette Grey Bull, one of three Democrats seeking the seat in Congress, was declared the winner with over 66 percent of the Democratic votes.

Cheney carried Sheridan County with nearly 5,000 votes on the Republican ballot, compared to just over 1,99 for Blake Stanley.

In the Democratic race, Grey Bull received 619 votes.

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