Republican
Campaign Status:
Inactive
Date of Declaration:
07/21/2015
Date of campaign suspension:
05/04/2016
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"You know, look, I balanced the federal budget as one of the chief architects when I was in Washington. Hasn’t been done since. I was a military reformer. I took the state of Ohio from an $8 billion hole and a 350,000 job loss to a $2 billion surplus and a gain of 350,000 jobs."
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John Kasich
"...my elections are really not about campaigns. I tell my people that these are about a movement.... To restore common sense. A movement to do things like provide economic growth. And a movement not to let anybody be behind...today the country is divided. You asked a question about the police and the difficulty in communities. We’ve got to unite our country again, because we’re stronger when we are united and we are weaker when we are divided. And we’ve got to listen to other people’s voices, respect them..."
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John Kasich
I was a member of the Armed Services Committee for 18 years. I spent a big chunk of my life studying national security issues and our role in the world.
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John Kasich
"I was the chairman of the House Budget Committee and one of the chief architects the last time we balanced a budget, and it was the first time we had done it since man walked on the moon. We had a $5 trillion surplus and we cut taxes."
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John Kasich
"I spent ten years in the private sector, actually learning how business works. And now I’m the governor of Ohio, and I inherited a state that was on the brink of dying. And we turned it all around with jobs and balanced budgets and rising credit and tax cuts, and the state is unified, and people have hope again in Ohio."
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John Kasich

Kasich remains the epitome of an underdog in the GOP presidential nomination race.

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Trump won big in South Carolina last night, establishing himself as the front-runner for the Republican nomination.

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