The Texas Capitol grounds were covered in snow during February’s winter storm. Credit: Evan L'Roy/The Texas Tribune

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In this edition of TribCast, Ross talks to pollsters Joshua Blank, James Henson and Daron Shaw about the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll, focused on the 2022 elections; what Texas voters think about issues handled by the Texas Legislature this year, from the electric grid to immigration; and how voters are feeling about the economy and the way things are going in the U.S. and Texas.

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