Ohio Gov. John Kasich barely made it on to the debate stage in Cleveland last Thursday. Despite some scattered praise from the press, his national polling actually dipped afterward from very low to very, very low. More bad news for Kasich today: The anti-tax group Club for Growth is asking its followers to write campaign checks to five Republican presidential candidates; and this time Kasich didn’t make the cut.
Patrick O’Connor, writing in the Wall Street Journal, said, “This marks the first time the influential conservative group has called on its members to write checks to presidential candidates and coincides with […]Full Story... →
In 2012, Governor John Kasich said this at a Columbus, Ohio energy conference:
“I am a believer — my goodness I am a Republican — I happen to believe there is a problem with climate change. I don’t want to overreact to it, I can’t measure it all, but I respect the creation that the Lord has given us and I want to make sure we protect it,” Kasich said at a Columbus, Ohio, energy conference hosted by The Hill.
“But we can’t overreact to it and make things up, but it is something we have to recognize […]Full Story... →
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