Liz Cheney's campaign for a US Senate seat may have stalled even before she withdrew from the race. But her fundraising certainly had not. Her campaign netted $1 million in the third quarter of 2013.
Liz Cheney ends her primary election challenge to Sen. Mike Enzi (R) of Wyoming, citing 'health issues' in her immediate family. Her US Senate bid had not gained much traction.
On Fox News Sunday, Senate candidate Liz Cheney said she favors 'traditional marriage.' Liz's sister Mary, married to another woman with whom she's raising two children, fired back on Facebook.
The fishing license snafu refuses to die, as Liz Cheney attacks the newspaper and the editor who first wrote about it. Polls show her trailing GOP incumbent Sen. Mike Enzi, whom she hopes to oust in a primary next year.
In Rwanda, Chelsea Clinton offers yet another hint of her political plans: She's not considering a run for public office, unless she 'didn't like how my city or state or country were being run.'
True, Liz Cheney will be able to raise scads of money, given her connections, to vie against incumbent Sen. Mike Enzi in Wyoming's GOP primary. But does money for ads matter in a state without a major media market? Skeptics cite other reasons, as well, that she could lose.
Both President Obama and Mitt Romney tried to give detailed answers to tough questions in separate '60 Minutes' interviews. If you're an undecided voter, you should watch the whole program.