Liz Cheney walloped in straw poll against Trump endorsed GOP Challenger

Republicans Liz Cheney got walloped in a straw poll against Trump endorsed GOP challenger Harriet Hageman.

Hageman won 59 votes, while Cheney only amassed six.

“I think it’s a good sign. It’s not an endorsement, but these are the county activists” Hageman told the Caspar Star-Tribune after the vote.

“There will be lots of polls over the next eight months, and they will all show different things,” she added.

The publication notes “the straw poll is a indication of current party leadership’s views, not the state as a whole. Straw polls, even with a far higher number of voters, do not have an accurate track record in Wyoming in recent years.”

Cheney has faced a major backlash from Republicans after voting to impeach Trump. She was replaced in her Conference Chair role by Elise Stefanik.

Cheney brushed off the news and said “the only elections that matter are in August and November.”