Liz Cheney, the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, will run against three terms Republican Senator Michael Enzi of Wyoming for his seat next year mid-term election, according to her video Tuesday on the web.
"Today, I run my candidacy for the United States Senate," she said.
Cheney spent part of his long video of almost six minutes for criticizing president Barack Obama, accusing him of the announcement of a war on the freedoms of religion and expression of Americans.
Missing, however, was one of the personal attacks against his opponent GOP, Enzi.
In her announcement, she said that it was time for a "new generation of leaders to intensify.". She then made a call to action, saying: "every successful movement in history has required the full participation of men and women of courage, conviction and principle... join me in this fight."
Cheney, who presides over a nonprofit national security and education called Keep America Safe, has been rumored this year under review to offer U.S. Senate from Wyoming.
The national Republican Senate Committee, however, said he strongly supports Enzi, the holder of the GOP.
Cheney sparked speculation about a possible offer Senate in March when it warned his party against moving too far to the middle that the GOP has begun rebranding effort after presidential loss last year.
"It is time for the Republicans to overcome their loss in 2012. We are all that separates the policies of the president and America damaged and diminished", she writes. "It is time to get back in the fight."
"And I'm talking about combat," she continued in the Wall Street Journal op - ed. "The Republicans are recommended to move the party to the left, but in my experience, those who favour more liberal policies for the GOP are obtuse or Democrats, or both."
Wyoming is a reliable Red State with a Republican Governor, Republican senators and a Republican for his great representative. Enzi easily reelected in 2008 with 76% of the vote.
The former Republican candidate Mitt Romney reported the 69% of the vote in elections last year.