Liz Cheney, the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, is making waves in the political world as she considers a potential independent Presidential run in the next election. Cheney, who has been an outspoken critic of former President Donald Trump, has not officially declared her candidacy yet. But her statements – and the possible implications of entering the race – have drawn attention from both sides of the political aisle. If Cheney launches a third-party bid, she could potentially draw votes from both the Republican and Democratic candidates. It’s unclear who she would be running against, but her presence could shape the outcome of the election. Her entry to the presidential race could also signal the end of her congressional career. Cheney, who is currently a member of the House of Representatives from Wyoming, would have to resign her seat in order to run for the highest office in the country. Cheney is no stranger to politics. Her father served as Vice President to George W. Bush and Cheney herself has held several prominent positions in the government. She was appointed Chairman of the Republican Party in the state of Wyoming and was a key advisor to President Trump in the early days of his administration. Though she has yet to make an official announcement, it’s clear Cheney is considering a run for president. If she does decide to take the plunge, it could be a historic election season.