Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich wrecked Trump's attacks on Joe Biden as being taken by the "radical left" at the Democratic convention.
Every 4 years, parties use their national conventions to introduce their up and coming stars to America. Who could forget Barack Obama’s incredible speech from the 2004 event propelling him to the presidency just 4 years later?
Justin Amash slapped down suggestions that he was about to endorse Joe Biden late on Sunday after speculation mounted about a high profile Republican backing the Democrat.
Former Ohio Governor John Kasich – a Republican – said that a prominent Republican congressman would publicly endorse Biden. He later clarified that he meant a former member of Congress.
John Kasich and Bernie Sanders will both make their speeches on the same night of the Democratic National Convention. The decision is being viewed as a show of Joe Biden’s broad support.
The former Republican governor of Ohio and Senator Sanders will speak at the convention on the same evening, according to new reporting from Politico on Friday.
John Kasich will speak in favor of Joe Biden at the upcoming Democratic National Convention. Reports on Monday suggested Kasich would be one of many prominent pro-Biden Republicans in the coming weeks.
GOP Gov John Kasich of Ohio called us laundry-doing women 'heroes' even as the man he was introducing, Paul Ryan, has voted against equal pay for women for years running and is obstructing our civil liberties even now.
Republicans delayed their convention a day, taking no chances with Isaac. There will be no political chances taken with the base either.
In his State of the State address, Republican Governor John Kasich was short on ideas for the state, long on self-congratualtion and high on imprudence.
While congratulating himself for medical research, he launched into an explanation of work being done for Parkinson’s patients. Unfortunately, he imitated the shaking movements of a Parkison’s patient in the telling of his story. It was rather untoward.
An internal memo from PA Gov. Tom Corbett’s administration reveals that even GOPers think extremists like Walker and Kasich are failures.