It's been a year and 10 months since nearly 3 million Pennsylvania voters cast ballots for Donald Trump for president.

Trump emerged from Pennsylvania with a slim .73 percent margin over Hillary Clinton, a keystone to his 2016 presidential victory.

Were you among that group? Given all that's transpired since Trump took office in January 2016, we're looking to touch base with his supporters now. Are you still glad you cast that ballot? Have any regrets? Are you not quite sure?

Let us know, and tell us why.

We're looking to talk to Trump voters, since the president has emerged as a significant factor in this year's midterm election. The Republican nominees for the U.S. Senate and governor, U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta and former state Sen. Scott Wagner, have closely aligned themselves with Trump and touted his support, including a raucous political rally in Wilkes-Barre in August.