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There should be cautious optimism among republican voters as we’re one day away from the 2022 midterms. 

A new poll shows J.D. Vance is gaining traction in Ohio polls. Breitbart has the story:  

The poll sampled the 1,123 likely general election voters from November 3 to 5, with a 2.9 percent margin of error and a 95 percent confidence level. The poll’s respondents were 45.1 percent Republican, 40.6 percent Democrat, and 14.3 percent had no party or other affiliation. 

Sunday night’s Ohio poll indicated that Vance had gained ground since the Trafalgar poll from roughly three weeks ago when the Buckeye State Republican had support from 47.3 percent, leading Ryan by 3.5 points when the congressman had 43.8 percent support. 

Congressman Ted Budd joins the program just before election day. 

WBT’s Brett Winterble joins Vince to break down the midterms. 

Also, after Donald Trump’s comments on Ron DeSantis, is the Trump-DeSantis relationship souring?  

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