The most I could tell about her is from her appearances on the FN Sunday panel with Chris Wallace which was regularly last year.
From what I could tell she was similar to her Dad, McCain and Grahamnesty in interests.
The only issue she was interested in was war and foreign policy. She never articulated detailed opinions on other issues, except maybe the customary ‘I disagree with Obama’ line.
Whatever new she claimed in the campaign had to be taken with a grain.
Cheney raised more money in large contributions than did Enzi, according to CRP. Eighty-nine percent of her third-quarter money came from people making donations larger than $200. And much of that came from outside the state of Wyoming 72 percent , to be precise.
Unsurprisingly for the daughter of a former vice president, Cheneys donor list was high-profile. A perusal of the third-quarter FEC listing shows dad Dick Cheney and mom Lynne Cheney each maxed out on their daughter's campaign, giving her $2,600 apiece for her primary campaign against Enzi, and $2,600 for a general election campaign that now will not occur.
Other donors who gave the maximum allowed include former President George W. Bush, former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, and Joyce Rumsfeld, Mr. Rumsfeld's wife. Also donating were Michael Mukasey, who served Mr. Bush as attorney general; Donald Evans, secretary of Commerce under President George H.W. Bush; and Mary Matalin, who served as a consultant to both Bush presidents. General rich person/Republican backers T. Boone Pickens, August Busch III, and Richard DeVos gave Cheney money , as well.