Liz Cheney’s Husband Registered To Vote In Two States
Liz Cheney, seeking to unseat a fellow Republican, Senator Mike Enzi in Wyoming, has a husband signed a document in Wyoming saying he wasn’t registered to vote elsewhere. But he is registered to vote in Virginia as well.
Responding to questions from POLITICO, a spokeswoman for the Republican Senate candidate said Phil Perry has notified Virginia authorities to take his name off the rolls but would not say when.
Perry, who continues to practice law in Washington while his wife challenges Sen. Mike Enzi in a Republican primary 2,000 miles west, registered as a Wyoming voter with the Teton County clerk’s office in March.
The county clerk, Sherry Daigle, said new voters are asked if they are registered elsewhere so the office can send a withdrawal request to the other jurisdiction.
“He signed an oath saying he was not currently registered anywhere else,” Daigle told POLITICO.
Chances are, it won’t be long before he’s back voting in Virginia.