From the daily archives: Saturday, January 31, 2015

If Ohio Gov. John Kasich does become president in 2016, he can make history by moving the State of the Union Address in 2017 from the Capitol Building, in Washington, D.C, where it’s been delivered for the last 215 years, to a heartland community like McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania, his blue-collar hometown, or maybe Westerville, a suburb of Columbus, whose voters sent him to represent them in congress nine straight elections.

But until then, the governor’s fourth State of the State [SOTS] roadshow and revival will be held on February 24th in Wilmington, county seat of […]

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