Rep. Liz Cheney is refusing to step down after being censured by the Wyoming Republican Party on Saturday.
The party overwhelmingly voted in favor of the censure — only eight of the 74 members of the Wyoming central committee opposed the move.
The resolution recognized that Rep. Cheney was not representing Wyoming voters when she voted to impeach President Donald Trump.
Cheney’s pro-Trump primary challenger, State Senator Anthony Bouchard, was also in attendance during the vote to censure.
Along with noting that Wyoming overwhelmingly voted to reelect President Trump, the resolution also states that “an extremely vocal majority of Wyoming Republicans recognize there was significant irregularities in the election process in several states across the country.”
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