Liz Cheney announced on Monday morning that she is putting a stop to her campaign for a Wyoming Senate seat due to "serious health issues that have recently arisen in our family." The daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney had been running in the Republican Wyoming Senate primary against three-term incumbent Senator Mike Enzi.

While fundraising numbers had shown some solid support for Cheney, her campaign had its issues, including getting a Wyoming resident fishing license before she had lived in the state for a full year, a late payment on property taxes and a public feud over gay marriage with her sister May, who is a married lesbian.

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