by Patrick Appel

Jason Zengerle is excited about the prospect of Liz Cheney running for office:

Dick Cheney's never going to run for office again, but having his daughter run could be a clarifying moment. Yes, she's a "former State Department lawyer" ("Thanks, Dad!") who's a frequent presence on the cable shows and the WSJ op-ed page, but does she--and her views, which closely track her father's--actually have a big enough constituency to win an election? I have a hunch about the answer to that question, but I'd like to know for sure.

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