John Kasich wrote a whole book about about good moral values like “honesty, personal responsibility, integrity, and the importance of leaving the world a better place.”
It seems like he missed one though: Charity.
Comparing the two candidates’ records of charitable giving shows another glaring difference between the two men.
Kasich’s income was over 6.5 times that of Strickland and yet the Governor gave more money to charity. The difference become really clear when you consider that Strickland’s giving was 17.67% of his income while Kasich’s was only 2.39%.
Here are the numbers…
Charitable Contributions: $30,749
Percent of Income: 17.67%
Charitable Contributions: $27,326
Percent of Income: 2.39%
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