There is only one main battle left for the 10 House Republicans who backed former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment – and have been the constant target of his wrath ever since.
While many Impeachment 10s don’t stand for re-election, it’s been an uphill battle for those who are. Trump endorsed some candidates running primary campaigns against those who voted to impeach the former president.
Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, vice chair of the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack that led to Trump’s impeachment, is on the ballot Tuesday.
Trump endorsed one of Cheney’s main challengers, Harriet Hagman, last year. At the time, Cheney responded to the endorsement on Twitter: “Here’s a soundbite for you: bring it on” and, while her fate in the U.S. House of Representatives is uncertain, she is campaigning against the former president since then.
Ahead of the August 16 election, see how the “Impeachment 10” fared this midterm cycle.
Click or tap on any of the House Republicans below for more details.