Regardless of what at-large Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wilson/Jackson) might do regarding retiring Sen. Mike Enzi’s (R) Senate seat, it appears that former Rep. Cynthia Lummis (R) is moving forward. Yesterday, the ex-Congresswoman took the step of changing the name of the federal campaign committee she still has from her days in the House. Instead of “Lummis for Congress,” her campaign committee is now called, “Lummis for Wyoming.”
Cynthia Lummis served both as Wyoming State Treasurer and as a member of Congress for eight years in each office. She also was elected to the Wyoming House and Senate prior to running for statewide office. She officially retired from the House at the beginning of 2017, choosing not to seek a fifth term in the 2016 election.
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