Liz Cheney announces campaign leadership team

— July 25, 2013

The Cheney for Wyoming campaign announced its statewide leadership team today. Dick and Maggie Scarlett of Jackson, Bill and Toni Thomson of Cheyenne, and Byra Kite of Laramie will serve as statewide campaign co-chairs.  Margaret Parry of Rock Springs will be the campaign finance chair.

Mary Cheney holds a bible during Dick Cheney’s second swearing in as vice president in 2005. (White House Photo)
Mary Cheney holds a bible during Dick Cheney’s second swearing in as vice president in 2005. (White House Photo)

In addition, Kim Brown of Farson, Jim and Janet Curry of Casper, Harriet Hageman of Cheyenne, Lois Herbst of Shoshoni, George Lemich of Rock Springs, John and DJ Mansell of Gillette, and Bernie and Sally Seebaum of Douglas will serve as the campaign advisory team.

Cheney said, “I am honored to have the support, advice and counsel of this group of distinguished Wyoming citizens. I look forward to working with them in the coming months as I travel the state talking with Wyoming voters about the issues affecting the future of our state and country.”

The campaign will be making additional announcements concerning county leadership over the coming weeks. Cheney, daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, announced on July 16 that she would challenge incumbent Sen. Mike Enzi in the 2014 GOP primary. The date for the Wyoming senate primary is August 19, 2014, just 13 months from now.
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