I am running for United States Senate because I believe deeply in the values that have made our state and our nation great. We can't continue business as usual in Washington.
Every victorious movement in history has required the full participation of men and women of courage, conviction and principle. In the face of these challenges and with a clear-eyed view of the better and brighter future that is possible for us all, I hope you will join me in this fight.
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About Liz Cheney
A fourth generation Wyomingite, Liz Cheney grew up with the values that have long distinguished our state - the importance of family and faith, a commitment to honesty and plain dealing, a love of freedom and a respect for the rights enshrined in our Constitution, the understanding that one generation has obligations to the next and that we are blessed beyond measure to be Americans. Liz Cheney founded Keep America Safe, a non-profit organization dedicated to keeping the United States secure from terrorist threats. A strong conservative voice, she appears frequently on television drawing attention to the threats to liberty posed by the Obama administration, from its use of the IRS to target political opponents to its effort to limit our second amendment rights. As a Fox News Contributor, Liz Cheney appeared numerous times as a guest host for Sean Hannity and spoke out on a number of topics, including the intrusive practices of the Environmental Protection Agency, which recently released private information about thousands of ranchers and farmers. As Liz Cheney has traveled Wyoming, visiting with people about their concerns, she has emphasized the importance of reversing the Obama administration's policies and getting our nation back on track. At a recent energy conference in Gillette, she noted that Wyoming will likely suffer more than any other state if we don't fight back against President Obama's war on coal. Speaking to small business owners in Casper, she urged the repeal of Obamacare and its massive tax burden on the private sector. Speaking to the Chamber of Commerce in Cheyenne, she urged that we reverse Obama's dangerous cuts in defense spending, which are weakening our national security and threatening the loss of jobs at important bases like Frances E. Warren AFB. Liz Cheney is a member of the International Board of Advisors of the University of Wyoming. She also served on the board of Rivers of Recovery, an organization started in Wyoming to provide rehabilitation for military veterans through fly fishing. In 2011, she co authored her father's memoir, In My Time. Liz Cheney is married to Philip J. Perry and they have five children, Kate, a sophomore in college and Elizabeth, Grace, Philip and Richard, who are students in Wyoming public schools. She and her family live in Wilson, Wyoming.