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Republican Rep. Liz Cheney threw her support to Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan in the Ohio Senate race, one of the most closely fought races in the country.
Cheney, who lost her own Wyoming House primary to a Trump-backing opponent, made her public endorsement in an interview with PBS host Judy Woodruff.
‘I would not vote for J.D. Vance,’ Cheney said when asked about the Ohio race, which has the potential to flip a seat to the Democrats.
Asked if she would back Ryan, who has taken steps to distance himself from his national party, Cheney responded: ‘I would,’ in remarks at the City Club in Cleveland.
Vance has seized a 2 per cent poll lead in the RealClearPolitics average, in a Republican-leaning state. Vance overcame some of his past comments bashing Trump to win the GOP primary, and has since gotten behind