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Governor of Ohio John Kasich

Governor of Ohio John Kasich


John Kasich is an American politician personality who is serving the nation as the current Governor of Ohio. In 2016, he was one among the nominee for Republican presidential nomination on national stage. He began his political career in 1978 and is well known for playing the role of architect in the balanced budget agreement of 1997. Another best known work was 1996 Welfare Reform Bill. His personality is not just of a politician but also of an author with books like Courage is Contagious (1998) where he raised out the extraordinary actions of ordinary citizens that made a positive change in others lives. Some of his other works are; Stand for Something: The Battle for America’s Soul (2006) and Every Other Monday: Twenty Years of Life, Lunch, Faith and Friendship (2010). In 2010, he became the Governor of Ohio and published out his new book, Two Paths: America Divided or United in 2017. Recently he reported the issue of gun control after the deadly shooting in high school in February, 2018. He will now be serving at the post till January, 2019.

About early life


John was born on 13th May, 1952 in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania, United States as John Richard Kasich Jr. to Anne and John Kasich Sr. His father was a mail carrier and he was raised in his hometown attending the local public schools and later joining out The Ohio State University to complete his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. After studies he decided to join as researcher for the Ohio Legislative Service Commission and began his career as an administrative assistant from 1975 to 1978 under State Senator Buz Lukens.

Political career


He made the start of his political journey by running election against Robert O’Shaughnessy for State Senate at age 26 and he became the second youngest to serve the Ohio Senate. Later he managed out to put his place safe in the U.S House of Representatives in 1982 as being the only Republican in country to defeat his incumbent. In term of service he provided his best to scrutinize spending by the defence department opposing out to the B-2 bomber. He travelled out various countries like Russia, Kuwait, and Bosnia during his tenure. He took a brief time off from political career and joined media but soon resumed the office as governor of Ohio in 2010. He is best for his efforts on balancing state budget and reducing out taxes and unemployment.

Personal life


He was married to Mary Lee Griffith from 1975 to 1980 and later got remarried to Karen Waldbillig in 1997 being the father of two beautiful twin daughters named Emma and Reese.

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    77 S High Street, Columbus, Ohio, United States of America

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    +1-614-466-3555

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    John Kasich

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    governor.ohio.gov

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comments (170) on Governor of Ohio John Kasich

Never mind

Posted on Nov 18, 2018 at 08:48 PM

Joseph Dirr says: You are the most destructive being to restoration of good government in America. You will never be President!

Garbage phone calls

Posted on Nov 17, 2018 at 11:33 PM

Ken Mcclelland says: I am receiving 80 % garbage calls on my office and cell phones

Gun control

Posted on Feb 19, 2018 at 08:24 PM

Jan Pentz says: Gov. Kasich....instead of gun control we should try ammunition control. Restrict ammo for assault rifles to those 21 and older. People buying ammo for high powered assault rifles should first have to obtain a permit at the dmv similar to a hunting permit that has a number on it unique to that individual. When they purchase ammo they show their ammo permit that has their information and picture on it.

2020

Posted on Jan 30, 2018 at 10:23 AM

Elizabeth Westphal says: Dear Governor Kasich,
JOHN KASICH FOR PRESIDENT IN 2020. I am from New Jersey.

employment benefits

Posted on Jan 09, 2018 at 06:44 AM

Samel Smith says: Some one needs to do some thing when some one needs to contact the employment office to make changes or corrections that yo cant do online this is the second day I tried to contact them by phone and I haven't heard a hman being yet I get a recording saying there is a high volme of calls then says file online I don't need to file I need to talk to some one to make a important change/pdate on mine claim I tried to call at least 15 times yesterday and got nothing I started calling at 8 A M when they opened today and still nothing some thing needs to be done and I bet it wont be even be looked into its like this all the time

Tammara losh says:

Posted on Oct 04, 2017 at 05:13 AM

Im a cancer patient an having neuropathy. Im sufferi g because now drs wont prescribe anything dont have money to keep going to er can u help?

Lucy says:

Posted on Dec 28, 2016 at 11:27 AM

Thank you Gov Kasich for standing up for your convictions, principles and morals against a party who has put their faith in a man like the president elect. You give hope to those of us who stand with the idea that the things you say and do in this world still mean something. That an egotistical reality star can't sway your idealism. That you have stood behind your word and goverened with a steady hand for the good of all Ohioans and not for gains for yourself or the wealthy. I for one appreciate being able to earn a living and have clean water to drink and clean air to breath. I believe women should have the right to personal decisions about their medical care and birth control. Please don't let us down, we need more like you to stand up for what's right no matter what party your for.

Kara says:

Posted on Dec 10, 2016 at 02:26 AM

Dear Governor Kasich,

I implore you to reject any bill which will revoke women's reproductive rights. The state of Ohio must pay for and provide 18 years of food, shelter, and education for each and every unwanted child forced to be born.

Teri Andos says:

Posted on Dec 07, 2016 at 11:04 PM

Dear Governor,
As an Ohio citizen, I am strongly against the signing of the "Heartbeat bill" into law in or state. Please do not sign this bill that takes women's rights back 50 years.
Teri Andos

Joanne Burke says:

Posted on Dec 07, 2016 at 04:34 PM

Please veto the heart beat bill. It is inconsistent with R v Wade. A heart beat does not equal life, if it did, end of life changes would need to be considered. Please vote to keep the govt out of the personal decisions of women, their families, and their doctors. Thanks for your service.

Kenny Vaughan says:

Posted on Oct 18, 2016 at 12:04 AM

Governor Kasich, I ask you to please reconsider endorsing Donald Trump for president. My father was a minister for many years and I have prayed on this at length. When I saw Donald Trump receiving the prayer cloth from the Detroit pastor that had been fasted and prayed over, it really touched me. Hillary Clinton will destroy the Second Amendment and do so much harm to this country. I know Mr. Trump has his rough edges but I feel his running mate will help him immensely. Also I truly believe if you offer guidance that Donald will take it. Please strongly consider this as I feel your constituents would back you 100% if you came forward now with an endorsement. Thank you so much for your consideration.

Greg Horwath says:

Posted on Oct 10, 2016 at 06:18 PM

Its not too late. You can save this one great country. Select a good running mate and run as an independent. I believe you would pull enough votes from both sides to win. We need you.

Lee Stone says:

Posted on Sep 22, 2016 at 06:03 AM

I am thoroughly disgusted with Governor Kasich by not attending the Republican convention that says all about our governor. He vowed to support the Republican candidate for president. He has let all Ohioans down. I will never support Kasich again. He should be ashamed of himself. He is not an American as far as I am concerned. I am embarrassed, when my out of town friends ask what is going on with our governor. He has no supporters left. Good riddance to a turncoat.

Sue Bates says:

Posted on Sep 21, 2016 at 05:01 PM

I spend a lot of time on the Ohio Turnpike. I find myself disappointed with every trip. I know that the efficiency of the repairs and work being done on the interstate could be much more efficiently. This is a major highway for east and west of the northern part of the US so why anyone would consider taking three lanes and putting them down to one is incredibly, inconsiderate, inefficient and a waste of taxpayers money. Why would this be done this way?

Louis Reyor says:

Posted on Sep 17, 2016 at 05:04 AM

I had respect for you, no longer. I am glad to see you have dried your eyes and have came out of your room. You broke your word and breeched a contract you put your name on. Turns out to be the type of politician we are trying to get rid off. 30 plus years a Republican ever since Jimmy Carter days and 30 plus years following Hillary. To think you would help her turns my stomach. If she wins I guess my grand kids can thank you for the Supreme Court they inherent. If your thinking of running don't call or contact me. You are dead to me.

Darrell Tipton says:

Posted on Sep 17, 2016 at 01:42 AM

Sir, there is no wonder people view politicians the way they do. Liar says it all.
Darrell Tipton

Robert ward says:

Posted on Sep 16, 2016 at 09:19 PM

Get over getting spanked by trump and grow up. Hell win Ohio without you and embarrass you anyway.

toni lubka says:

Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 05:40 PM

Dear Governor,

I am writing to you because at this moment in America you might be the most powerful man. We are a family of marines always loyal to America and solidly Republican. We can no longer sit by and allow a lying, meglomaniac, neo-Nazi candidate to become president of the country we all love.
You are our greatest hope. No Republican has ever won the election without Ohio. We believe that you love America as much as we do as evidenced by your boycott of the RNC. While you have not endorsed Trump, you have also not come out against him or in support of Clinton as far as we know.
Please Governor Kasich, don't allow someone so unfit to serve a "pariah internationally" by not coming out now in support of Clinton and vehemently opposed to Trump. We have the possibility internationally of wars on the horizon. It is horrifying to think that someone so incapable, racist, xenophobic and anti-semetic become leader of our great country.
Do run for presidentship again in four year, you have our support. Denounce him now please and recruit other strong Republicans.

Jean says:

Posted on Sep 12, 2016 at 09:12 PM

Why aren't you declaring a state of emergency for heroine epidemic? The governor of New York did years ago.

Tim Schrein says:

Posted on Sep 08, 2016 at 10:24 PM

Hi Mr. Kasich thanks for the legalization of marijuana medical I have severe back pain and have been waiting for a doctor any idea when we'll have doctors in northwest Ohio thanks Mr. Kasich you're really doing a wonderful thing.

Steve Gobrecht says:

Posted on Sep 07, 2016 at 04:14 PM

It's time to step up before it's too late. Not supporting your party's nominee is supporting Clinton and Obama illegal executive orders. Please get over it. You can deliver Ohio for your party and help stop Hillary. Please, please, please.

Dale McCann says:

Posted on Sep 07, 2016 at 03:05 AM

Dear Governor Kasich: I believe you're a great man and have served the state and nation admirably, although treated unkindly in the political campaign. But the key issue in this election is the Supreme Court. Ohio's Electoral votes are critical. Mr. Trump has suggested quality people for the Court. Please, please do what is best to insure that Ohio's vote will allow that to take place. John Kasich is the only man that can make that happen!
THANKS!

C. Green says:

Posted on Sep 06, 2016 at 09:09 AM

Isn't it time to think of America and not your ego? Please ask people of your state to vote for Mr. Trump. He is the rep. Candidate and we need to defeat Hillary. He needs your support which means we need your support. It's time to come to the aide of those who love America before it's too late.
Thank you

Connie Bocook says:

Posted on Aug 28, 2016 at 06:45 PM

I have great concerns about my brother Daryl Bocook. He is an inmate in Toledo Ohio prison. There is much misconduct going on within Columbus Ohio classification system. Several these has enlighten me. One he hasn't had any conduct reports in years. Then one inmate was being forced to lie and this inmate would not lie on Daryl Bocook. Within 72 of this email. Another inmate found out that he apparently had put a separation on Daryl Bocook. He did not place a separation. He was demanding how and who placed it. I have called classification, and was told by his supervisor. My Brother Daryl Bocook needed to man up. Seems very clear to me, that Daryl Bocook is being inslaved and allegations falsely places on his files. I am a victim of his crime from 1990. I'm asking and pleading for someone to investigate. Why Daryl Bocook is being violated. This is unacceptable and should be investigated.
Thank you,
Connie Bocook

Virginia Gardella says:

Posted on Aug 25, 2016 at 10:59 AM

John Kasich, has shown what a Clintonite looks like and not an American who care for his fellow man, his home and nation, a bitter disappointment of a miserable person has shown himself to be a serving, selfish politician who reneged on his word, a typical politician, a shameless sham of a man who was not worth his word, not worthy of any political office of any kind. Never Kasich never again!

Richard Kamenitzer says:

Posted on Aug 25, 2016 at 05:10 AM

John Kasich for President. write in his name. No true Republican and respectful American could support a nominee who was never a public servant, either by holding elected office or serving in the military. You are someone who could undergo an OPM background check and get security clearance based on your record. Neither of the two major candidates can meet the qualification to serve in a non-appointee federal position. Their backgrounds may not warrant indictment but those backgrounds do deserve to be rejected on the grounds they cannot be trusted.

Kasich for President

Jennifer silvers says:

Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 09:54 AM

Jk,
How long is it going to take for you to get behind our Republican candidate? Surely you understand the importance of this election to our children and their children. You signed the pledge. Show your character is equal to your word. If you don't support Mr. trump, then don't ask for our support of you. This election is bigger than your ego. Step forward and show your respect for your party and yourself.

Susan Heck says:

Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 08:02 AM

Good Evening!

I am deeply concerned about the direction of our
beautiful country! I have two little Grandsons and with
them in mind, I have volunteered for our party and for Mr. Trump. You see I love them and want to see them live in a safe and prosperous country. I love America and I see it drifting away as I have known it. It is my prayer that you look at your children and want the same for them! The only way that this will happen is if Trump wins. Hillary won't turn this country around for the best! It will be destroyed. So please look at your children and make a decision to get behind our party and Trump.
Thank you! Susan

Richard Kamenitzer says:

Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 09:54 PM

Dear Governor. KASICH:

I have been a registered Republican for almost 50 years. My wife and I will be writing in your name when we vote in November here in Baltimore. We need you to be our next President. Please forgive those who chas time you for not supporting Trump. When they say that the people have spoken, they do not mean the majority of Republicans. The archaic primary system does not provide a level playing field.

How else can we help?

Richard Kamenitzer says:

Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 09:43 PM

My wife and I intend to write your name in for President in November. We live in Baltimore, Maryland. How else can we help get you into the White House?

P Bonarrigo says:

Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 08:39 PM

Governor. I am not a resident of Ohio - I am a resident of our country and as such I am deeply disappointed in your refusal to actively support the top of the ticket. It seems most of the people who seek election and a seat in Washington DC always ask themselves what's in it for me above all else. Seems like sacrifice for ones country is way out of fashion and a part of the past. I thought better of you and your pledge, but I guess I was wrong. I pledged an oath a long time ago in the mid-1970's to the constitution to serve and protect it and I fought and served it for over 30 years in or countries Navy. I didn't ask what was in it for me - I just did because I thought it was that important and was proud to where the uniform. I hope you come to your sense soon and actively try to protect our beloved constitution from a absolute shattering by a corrupt entity called the Hillary Clinton campaign and her quest for our nations highest office.

Mary says:

Posted on Aug 18, 2016 at 09:18 PM

How sad it is that so many politicians will have to answer for the sorrow they have caused so many! You Mr. Kasich are one of those people. I attended a republican meeting last evening and my heart broke into pieces as I watched and listened to proud veterans ask the question: why governor Kasich can't keep his word!!! Another example of what's wrong in this country. People don't keep their word. Very sad! I ask myself often how people in your position can actually sleep or have peace in your day when you have caused so many others pain! You have made your choice now our family will make its. No more votes for Kasich!

kenneth piper says:

Posted on Aug 17, 2016 at 10:22 PM

Governor Kasich:
I am a former Ohio resident but now live in Florida. I did contribute to your first campaign for Governor. I have been active in Republican politics for 50 years starting when I was a student at American University in 1966. I am very concerned with what I see happening in Presidential politics this year. You and many other leaders are sitting on your hands with the result Hillary Clinton will be our next President. In the process because you and other leaders are failing to lead we will probably lose the Senate and possibly the House. To prevent that the party faithful need our leaders to enthusiastically support the top of the ticket. Please recall the statesman you are and get behind Mr. Trump so that we keep Ohio's dwindling electoral votes in Trump's column and return Rob Port-man to the Senate.

Deanna Davis says:

Posted on Aug 16, 2016 at 11:19 AM

Governor kasich,
My name is Deanna Davis. My son is an addict. I watch him die a little bit more every day since he was 15 years old. We are failing our children. His illness, which I feel is terminal, is effecting thousands in this state! We need your help!! Open beds, open rehabilitation centers, I'm begging you to give me the means to help my son start a new life! So many are dying! What is your reason for not helping!?? If government refuses to admit this crisis we will lose an entire generation.

Bill Wills says:

Posted on Aug 15, 2016 at 09:50 AM

Gov. Kasich, I feel that what was done at the rnc convention was a disgrace to the state check the ego at the door, grow a pair, and stand with the people in stopping Hillary and save the nation from a progressive democratic dictatorship. Don’t prove to be a liar and back the nominee, he can be replaced in 4 years and held in check with a republican congress. The constant tin is at stake!

Debbie Flannery says:

Posted on Aug 12, 2016 at 07:53 PM

Please consider being a write in for President the appeal of the other agents has fallen away and the nation is left to choose a candidate from the broken remains. please please save or great nation..

Barry Henson says:

Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 10:46 PM

Jk

We worked for in the primary. Please work for trump in ohio. We must have ohio to win. Hillary's Supreme Court judges will destroy America.

Debbie Flannery says:

Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 09:19 PM


Please
give an alternative person to vote in the coming Presidential election....we need a leader with confidence to lead this great nation and to not get involved in the political games we see every day..

Please
i want to start a campaign to write Mr Kasch in to be the next President...

s zimmerman says:

Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 08:11 PM

Thanks for doing what is morally correct in not endorsing D.T. Something is terribly wrong inside the brain of "The Donald".

C. Richard Michael says:

Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 07:44 AM

Gov. Kasich
I have always had the greatest amount of respect for you as a Representative, your time on Fox News and as Governor. Under your leadership, Ohio is operating in the black. Fantastic job!
I am sorry to say that I lost all the respect I had for you because you failed to honor the Pledge you signed. If Bill’s wife wins this election you will be partially responsible. Putting it bluntly. Your actions were that of petulant child. You know, like the little-leaguer that got called at home and goes back to dug out and pouts. No one, including myself, likes to loose. But as I have told my kids and grand kids, “suck it up and move on.”

Susan says:

Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 05:34 AM

We are a middle class family in Michigan. We voted for John Kasich. We are completely disappointed in him not honoring his promise to support the Republican candidate. Does he want Hillary Clinton to win and our country as we know it to be gone? Get your head on straight!

Terry says:

Posted on Aug 08, 2016 at 03:45 AM

I have a great deal of respect for you and most definitely will not be voting for the current Republican nominee. Unity is important, however in this specific situation, it is very clear that one must not sacrifice their beliefs or compromise their integrity. You have set a perfect example for all. Thank you!!

Roger Deschenes says:

Posted on Aug 08, 2016 at 03:22 AM

Dear Governor Kasich,
I have not lost any respect for yo (the ewe key of my keyboard is dead). I still plan to write yo in as a write-in candidate in November. It was great to see a strong Governor step forward with a plan to save this nation.

Roger Deschenes
Savannah, GA

Mike Thomas says:

Posted on Aug 08, 2016 at 01:22 AM

Please leave the GOP, quit as governor and campaign for Hillary. What a disappointment you are; never never never will support you; don't bother even to think of running again Remember the Reagan years and how proud I was of your expertise.

Jaime Alvarez says:

Posted on Aug 07, 2016 at 09:17 PM

You are a weak spineless whiney little man. You and the likes of the bushes completely ignore the fact that trump won the popular vote. I mean, he got many votes even in Ohio. Be a man. Stop being a petty little whiney girl that lost the homecoming pageant. He beat you soundly and he didn't by the primary like Hillary will by the presidency. A vote against trump will elect that corrupt woman. You would rather have a corrupt woman in the who than someone you don't like? Your old enough look what the idiot republicans did in 1996 when roses parrot stood there as the "alternative" to bush. That did one thing: it re-elected Clinton Support trump. It’s over. The people spoke. We want to end this liberal progressive wave that is sweeping across America.

Travis Shackelford says:

Posted on Aug 07, 2016 at 09:12 PM

Governor

I had great respect for you and was disappointed that you did not get further in the primary. However, you have shown that you were not worthy of that consideration based on your behavior. You are not a united but a divider and by that you will be part of the cause for the demise of the Republican Party. You are a disgrace to your party and your state. Just retire in that disgrace and join the ranks off the losers who would not put aside petty ego for the common good..

Johnnie Hoagland says:

Posted on Aug 06, 2016 at 10:05 PM

Dear gov kasich
The scriptures also have a lot to say about forgiveness. Have you ever tried to forgive someone & found you simply couldn't do it? You have prayed about it & asked god to help you, but those old feelings of resentment just failed to go away. Put an end to those kinds of failures & base your forgiveness on faith rather than feelings. It is an act of the will. Be obedient to god. When those old feelings rise up remind yourself; by faith I refuse to dwell on them. As a Christian we are to never have second rate forgiveness that says. I may forgive, but I will never forget. Forgive; even as god for Christ’s sake has forgiven you. ephesians 4:32.operate as though nothing bad ever happened to you. The pain once caused by that incident will disappear don’t be an emotional bookkeeper, keeping careful account of the wrongs you have suffered. Learn to forgive & forget. It will open a whole new world of blessing for you & this great country. the united states of America...god bless you now & forever.

1 Corinthians 13:5. Love is not fretful or resentful.

Marilee Fisk says:

Posted on Aug 05, 2016 at 08:52 PM

All you Republican Senate and Congress people need to worry about who we are putting in for Supreme Court judges. You all need to get on board or their ol you all need to get on board or their Will be nothing for our children or grandchildren. We are looking at a socialist society if you do not vote for Donald Trump..

Clinton Lee says:

Posted on Aug 04, 2016 at 10:41 AM

Senator, I find it very sad as a 24 yr USAF disabled Veteran that you refuse to endorse the Republican party candidate. You do realize, as a Constitutional Senator, that if elected, Hillary will make the Supreme Court Liberal for ghe remainder most likely of my life on earth. You said vote your conscience, and I will. And it will be Trump. You maybe hope in r years you can run again. By then, it's too late. I am saddened by your breaking your vow to support the winner of the Republican nomination. And I somehow doubt YOU will actually read, or respond. (email to Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John McCain) how about you.

Joel M. Smith says:

Posted on Aug 02, 2016 at 07:53 AM

Dear Governor Kasich,
Don't tell my wife but I am a Democrat who would have voted for you without reservation if you had been the Republican nominee. I write because I trust you as a patriot. Today Donald Trump has begun a campaign to challenge our democracy! He said the elections will be rigged. This threat to the republic must stopped! You have gone a long way and I admire you for doing so, I would trust you implicitly with the Presidency even if I disagree on some issues with you. But this guy is DANGEROUS to our republic (as the Houston Chronicle pointed out). PLEASE do even more denounce him as dangerous. Our democracy may be in the balance. You are one of the few brave men who might stand up for our democracy and the future of our children.
My best wishes always,
Joel M. Smith

Michael T. Dooley says:

Posted on Aug 01, 2016 at 11:17 PM

Dear Governor Kasich,
I am a 63 year old Democrat and a 7 year Army veteran with a tour of duty as a combat infantry man in Vietnam. My parents taught me to vote for the man that I respect regardless of party affiliation.
I commend you for standing up for what is right and not endorsing Donald Trump. I am not thrilled with Hillary Clinton, but I cannot believe that Donald Trump would in any way, shape or form be good for America!
I believe you to be a good man with outstanding principals and morals. Count on my support the next time you are up for re-election.
Sincerely,
Michael T. Dooley

David McHugh says:

Posted on Jul 31, 2016 at 08:14 AM

Governor Kasich, i would like to congratulate you on your position to withhold endorsing Donald Trump; the man has serious mental issues. I'm an Independent voter an I cannot vote for such an evil speaking person. You and Ted Cruz have conviction and I applaud you both. I'm sure your wife, family and friends are proud of your decision.
Good luck in your future endeavors.

Jean Cross says:

Posted on Jul 30, 2016 at 03:02 AM

Dear Governor Kasich,

I was hoping you would win the GOP nomination but it was not was not meant to be. However to take back the Presidency we need an Ohio victory. I know the GOP nominee is not your favorite candidate however I doubt a Hillary Presidency would be any better. She scares me so I am asking you to help the GOP win back Washington.

Thanks for your consideration.

Janet Mrakovich says:

Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 06:37 PM

With all due respect Governor Kasich. you need to swallow your pride and get out and stump for Trump.. unless, of course, you WANT Hillary to be president! And I think your so bullheaded that that is what you want. I challenge you as a patriot, to wildly support Trump, you know Ohio is critical. I will hold you personally responsible if he loses your state. it is that important. If you don't, I will request that you change your status to democrat...which is evidently where your allegiance lies! Be an adult...

Bob Rankin says:

Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 08:55 PM

Gov Kasich,
Get on board and help save the America.
Now is not the time to allow feelings to override the common good.

Fay says:

Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 12:06 AM

We need to win I respect you. But you and mr trump Need to work things out we need a republican in office try to work things out...

Lo MacDonad says:

Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 10:44 AM

Hi John, Sorry you didn't get the nomination. You deserved it. I would have changed parties to vote for you.

William Beitzel says:

Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 05:18 AM

I am a registered Democrat having never voted GOP. If The Donald set his sites on defeating you I will be breaking ranks and voting GOP.

Wanda simmons says:

Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 04:20 AM

As a christian please consider that God is in control. I do not want to vote for trump, but i know in my heart it would be a sin to let Clinton win. Because we are where we are please support trump and let God handle the out come i am praying daily that you and Mr. Cruse will make this sacrifice for our country!!

Rebecca DeCoy says:

Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 02:53 AM

I am extremely disappointed in the behavior of Governor John Kasich by not attending the RNC in Cleveland, OH. He is the governor of Ohio. How childish. What about party loyalty? I voted for him in the primary. I won't make that mistake again. Rebecca Decoy, N. Canton, OH.

Fay white says:

Posted on Jul 24, 2016 at 08:33 AM

You need to unite the party up are a republican we cannot have Hillary as president I feel you and trump can work things out I am a average person talk to him we need America back If you want this support trump.

Dog Nash says:

Posted on Jul 24, 2016 at 07:41 AM

(Still have the problem with the Letter after T) Met you in the summer of 1998, as you were wrapping up your book "Corage is Cangagios". I was on the board of Spartanburg Mobile Meals and although you did not feature s in the book, you made a kind reference in the conclusion on page 260. I have always appreciated that! Now to business. I voted for you in the SC primary, as I thought you were the best prepared! But Trump won the nomination and you pledged to support him. I hope that you still will. I truly believe you can make a difference! Please do!

Keith says:

Posted on Jul 24, 2016 at 06:37 AM

Mr Kasich I am so disgusted with you personally for not going to the convention. You are a sore loser that is exactly what you are and you are delusional thinking people want you as president. Get in line. We, The Ohio people are not voting for you again. You are done. If Hillary wins you are responsible you baby.

Bob Semple says:

Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 08:30 AM

You showed your true charter by not attending the convention So childish. Trump is making you look really foolish. Thank if you failed so miserably in the campaign...

Ann Durkin says:

Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 05:24 AM

America needs your help in getting Ohio behind the Donald Trump/Pence ticket. We definitely do not need or want Hillary Clinton as President. Be a big boy and do what is right for the country, setting aside your petty differences. The voters made their choice in the primary.

Chuck Stichweh says:

Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 02:15 AM

Dear mr. kasich
At this time when our country needs
unity, I find it hard to accept your absence from the RNC. You were my favorite candidate for President. Now I question your motives. You may not like Mr. Trump, however, he is our nominee. I don't particularly like him either but he is a whole lot better than the Hillery alternative.
You should be ashamed of yourself. You should "eat crow" and show support for the
Party and its nominee.

Bobbie says:

Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 02:11 AM

You sir are a LIAR and a hypocrite! You signed a contract that you would back whomever won the Republican nomination. The people have spoken and they want Donald Trump! You are such a poor loser and a big cry baby. I am glad you will not be at the convention. The people who voted for Trump are sick and tired of Republicans who say one thing (to get elected) then side with the Dems. I will say this for the Democrats (and I used to be one), they DO stand together and back their people whether they like them or not. It's about time people like you do what is best for our country, not what is best for you!!

Ed Plotz says:

Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 02:02 AM

Dear govenor
Enough is Enough! Quit being a poor loser and not supporting Donald Trump and the Republican party. You're acting like a spoiled brat, get over it and help unite or party!! Maybe you need replaced!!
Thank you.

Joyce Shields says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 09:05 PM

Dear Governor,
You are an embarrassment to yourself and to all who are proud citizens of Ohio.
By not being at the convention you are acting like a spoiled brat. What about the pledge to support the nominee?

If Hillary wins, you will know you were part of the problem. SHAME ON John Kasich.

Bill Draney says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 07:02 PM

You are a disgusting talking vagina and I hope you get voted out of office for not supporting Trump. You signed an agreement to support the Republican candidate and then reneged. I hope a Tea Party candidate runs against you and knocks you out of office.

Saundra Zinna says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 06:49 PM

Bad idea Governor Kasich not to show p at RNC convention. Governor, you don't have to endorse him, just show as a republican. I am disappointed in our Ohio Governor.

joann gilbert says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 05:13 PM

You have not kept your pledge. Keep your word as a Christian and politician. No endorsement for trump no vote from most republicans for you. You are a disgrace to us all in the Republican party. Grow up!

Ed Wisniewski says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 09:28 AM

Shame on yo Mr. Kasich. To not attend the GOP convention in your own state is beyond the pale. My wife and I supported you during the Primary and you have disappointed. Hope you enjoy 4 years of Hillary.

Trixie Thomas says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 09:17 AM

I lose a lot of respect for John Kasich when he refuses to back Trump and attend the Republican convention that is being held in his state of Ohio. If Hillary wins the presidency, I won't blame Donald Trump, I will blame John Kasich, Jeb Bush and his family, John McCain, Mit Romney, Glenn Beck, and all the other big name republicans that won't support Trump. The people have spoken and they want Trump. By not supporting him, you are, in reality, backing Hillary Clinton. I compare it to a sports team...a player who didn't get picked as one of the starting five intentionally loses the game because he didn't get picked...letting down his team, his fellow players, his school or town and all the fans and backers of that team...just as you are letting down your fellow republicans, the citizens of America, the Republican Party and the entire country if Hillary wins. You would rather see Hillary win and let her continue to ruin this country rather than back the republican that you may not agree with...but is the people's choice. Trump was not my first choice either, but I got out-voted.

Trixie Thomas says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 07:21 AM

I lost a lot of respect for John Kasich when he refused to attend the Republican convention that is being held in his state of Ohio. If Hillary wins the presidency, I won't blame Donald Trump, I will blame John Kasich, Jeb Bush and his family, John McCain, MIT Romney, Glenn Beck, and all the other big name republicans that won't support Trump. The people have spoken and they want Trump as their nominee. The republican establishment that won't support the people's choice are in reality backing Hillary Clinton.. I compare it to a sports team a player who didn't get picked as one of the starting five intentionally loses the game because he didn't get picked...letting down his team, his fellow players, his school or town and all the fans and backers of that team...just as you are letting down your fellow republicans, the citizens of America, the Republican Party and the entire country if Hillary wins. You would rather see Hillary win and let her continue to ruin this country rather than back the republican that may not be your choice...but is the people's choice. Trump was not my first c

JohnWhite says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 06:43 AM

Governor Kasich, as a fellow Christian please keep your word and at least show up convention. Our country is in the balance. Your brother in Christ.
John (Jack) White

William Matisak says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 06:32 AM

I am very disappointed in you. You pledged to support the republican primary winner and now you have backed out of your promise. How can we ever trust you again to keep your word.

Jan cobb says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 06:24 AM

I am a mother of three grown children and grandmother if 5. I am 71 years old and a dedicated republican. I have something to say to yo. You signed a pledge and broke it along with your word. If my children did that I would be so upset. You need to stop being "such a baby" and grow. I live in Indiana and hope that is as close to you as I get. I don't like people who go back on their word!!!

Alexandra Wheeler says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 06:19 AM

Governor Kasich, I voted in the Ohio primary. I was hoping the next president would be John Kasick. When you promised to support the nominee at the first debate I took you at your word. I am so disappointed that you have broken your promise so I will no longer support you. You have let down Ohio and the Republican Party. Please reconsider what you have done and attend the convention.

Debra brown says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 05:48 AM

Dear Governor, please reconsider & show support for Mr. trump. You signed the pledge honor your pledge. I have always had respect for you but you need to go to that convention and throw your support behind Mr. Trump. Don't be responsible for Hillary Clinton becoming president. If you do not shame on you!

Kathy Tanner says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 05:23 AM

I am highly disappointed and you Mr. Kasich governor of Ohio that you could not support the Republican convention so therefore I cannot support you when you run for governor exclamation point.

Brian Miles says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 05:22 AM

Governor Kasich,
Donald Trump isn't my ideal candidate, but neither are you. get over yourself. The more you dodge and evade the RNC, the more petty you look. Differences aside, I would have supported you if you were our nominee. You only managed to win one state (if memory serves me correctly) and you have this ego that won't even let you attend your party's convention!! In addition, you are essentially pulling a Clinton by not abiding by the contract (i.e pledge) you signed with the RNC. I sincerely hope you will show that you are a statesman, not a self-serving politician.

Michael Hard says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 05:18 AM

Governor,
I am a long time supporter, also a business owner who is the moral and ethical compass for my company. I can't come to grips with your decision to go back on your written pledge by stating your ethical standards will not allow you to fulfill your pledge. Those two positions are inherently in conflict with each other. You have lost trust and respect of many constituents with this unexplained and polar opposite stance. I am sure my business would be in trouble if I sent this type of convoluted message.

Jeanie McBee says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 05:16 AM

Dear Governor Kasich: As someone who favored you in the primary season, I must now tell you that I’m terribly disappointed that you wouldn’t welcome the Republican delegates to your state. In fact, I’m appalled that you would not show this courtesy to visitors. I’m also disappointed that you are among others who took the pledge to support the candidate who was the final selection, but have now failed to live up to that pledge. I’m sorry to say this, but it looks very childish.

richard day says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 05:04 AM

Keep your word! If you don't it will destroy your political future. You are making a huge mistake. Yes, people have the right to change their minds. Your absence will destroy you as a future candidate.
Richard Day CA. LCSW#23114
You listen to the Holy Spirit.

Nick says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 05:02 AM

Dear Governor-

I am an independent voter from Florida. I just want to congratulate you on holding firm to your values and having the courage to boycott the hateful, divisive, and dangerous virus that has taken over the Republican Party. Good luck and hold your resolve! You are fighting the good fight, don't be discouraged!

Pamela Johnson says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 04:56 AM

I am so disappointed in your refusal to at the very least welcome the Republican delegates to the state of Ohio. I was taught that there are times in life when we have to step up and do the right thing regardless of how we feel. In the business world I believe your board of directors might have fired you. The people have chosen Donald Trump. Let's all work together to make sure Hillary Clinton isn't the next President. We need solid strong Christians to lead the fight. I urge you to put the past behind you and lock arms with the rest of us and move forward to save our nation.

Stell Manfredi says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 04:55 AM

Govenor Kasick - I am a conservative Republican. I admired you and thought you were an excellent candidate for the Republican Party for president of the United States. You ran the best campaign you could. You are and have been a very successful governor of Ohio. But, you lost the Republican primary nomination for president. You lost it fair and square. You and all other Republican candidates, I believe, sign the pledge to support the Republican nominee. I and many other Republicans and Americans took you at your word and expected you to honor that commitment. You may not agree with Mr. Trump, you may not even like him, but by not supporting him, by not showing your face at the Republican convention, you are virtually supporting Hillary Clinton. This behavior is outrageous, childish, and becoming of your passed character. Please show some class, professionalism, and character that I know you are capable of. Hopefully a few people like you, as an elected official, will not assist Hillary Clinton in becoming president of this country.

Daryl Good says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 04:04 AM

Governor
Just wanted to take a moment and express my disappointment in you not attending the RNC convention My wife and I thought very highly of you and actually thought you would be a great choice for President. You are setting a terrible example of the host governor and one of the prime future Republican leaders. Your strategy is going to backfire on your political future. It certainly portrays you as being selfish righteous, and a poor loser. If you want to be viewed as a leader in your party,,,then it's time to suck it up and be a team player. There are times one is recognized more for losing with grace and looking towards a bright future. America will remember.the way you have conducted yourself this week.

Jeanine says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 03:59 AM

You should be embarrasses for trying to give our country to Hiliary Clinton! The Republicans should be pulling together for the candidate the people elected!!

Brady Harding says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 03:53 AM

Gov. Kasich,
I was not a big Temp fan but I am on board now 100% to ensure we are not going to with 4 years of Hillary. I find your disinterest in the outcome very disturbing and frustrating. Ohio is going to be very important in the election and sitting at home with sour grapes is not helping. I am very disappointed in your lack of leadership here.

Heather Geary says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 03:35 AM

I am ashamed that Govenor Kasich is not at least welcoming the delegates at the RNC. I have been an Ohioan all of my life and to watch Kasich trash the Republican Party, as he has chosen to do, is embarrassing and should end his political career. Unless, of course, he wants to work for Hillary.
I was educated and prepared for promotions in my career. The company chose a different direction. Though disappointed, I moved on. No one likes a sore loser. No one!
Kasich's dance with Obamacare and Ohio Medicaid was a disappointment to my entire family, (All devoted Republicans). Many other Republicans are also disappointed in Kasich because they also actually believe Obamacare is bad for America.
We still live in a democracy and Trump won! Kasich should respect that. How selfish and childish to continue to try to advance his agenda instead of honoring his promise to support the prevailing candidate.
A Hillary appointment to the Supreme Court will be disastrous. I hope Kasich is okay shouldering blame for not uniting the party and leaving the country to suffer the consequences. I canno

Janet O'Connell says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 03:26 AM

I did support you in the beginning but then switched over to Trump. I thought you were the most decent man running in the primaries. But you have made a very serious mistake. You took the pledge to support the RNC choice for POTUS, which just like the Bush's, you have ignored. Even worse is that you're not even making an appearance at the Convention in your home state where you are the Governor! This is such a huge insult to the Trump family and definitely shows that you are a sore loser. I am a former New York and now a Floridian. I am also an Independent and just a poor retired Latin/English teacher. I am thoroughly disgusted with the decline of America - the dirty politics, lies, deceit, and corruption that now control this country. I am also very worried about the future of America. At 66 years of age, I am shocked at everything that is destroying our country and what we are leaving for future generations. We are definitely going downhill and headed to a total Fall/Collapse like Rome. You could have been a great leader and even could have helped Trump succeed like Christy, Pen.

Sherry Lick says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 03:17 AM

Are you secretly supporting Hillary Clinton? I supported you from the get go. You have set a very bad example for my grandchildren by not honoring your pledge to support the Republican nominee. Shame on you. you showed who you really are.. A JERK!!

Bob Whalen says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 03:12 AM

Mr. Kasich, I wanted you to be the nominee during the primary. Every candidate took a pledge and stated. "every candidate in the republican primary, would be a better president than the criminal Clinton". Now it seems your true colors are out, and there ugly. I am now feeling really good and will definitely vote for Donald J. Trump. You are a very sore loser, like a little kid. You should be ashamed of yourself. I know the country is. Instead of being a stand up man, you choose to be an embarrassment and disgrace. A real class individual and role model.

Linda says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 02:51 AM

I'm embarrassed for you and your staff not supporting the candidate that we the people have chosen. It's appalling how shallow all of this is. So governor kasich is not good at promises and keeping them? Typical politician!

GBPeters says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 02:36 AM

Governor Kasich,
I want to express my disappointment with your decision to not attend the Republican Convention in your home state. During the presidential campaign you captured my interest with your well thought out strategies on state spending, proposed amendment for a balanced budget, and no taxes on small businesses up to a limit. You are a rising star within our party as you have commanded the respect of myself and many others. While you did not get the nomination this time you are the future. Having said that, I am appalled at your actions in sitting out our party's convention. If we (Republicans) lose Ohio because of your disinterest and lack of support for the Republican nominee, I will never forget. Although I am but one voice I assure you this sentiment is shared by many. You don't support our party now and I will not support you in the future. Thank you for allowing me express my opinion and I truly ope this message reaches you.

Mary Ann Wright says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 02:02 AM

Personally I think it is very bad manners not to be present at the Republican convention. No, you don't agree with him but this is what we the people have voted and as our governor we expect you to respect that decision. You need to step up and provide unity. You could have been the vice president and had a say in what happens.. now you look like a petulant child that didn't get what he wanted. Ohioans are better than that. Please reconsider, we cannot let Hilary Clinton become our next president. As a Christian I beg you to get on the train, have a say and defend us!!

Donell Gibbs says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 01:02 AM

I am not from your state, nor am I a republican anymore. But after watching the circus that our political system has become, I just want to say THANK YOU!
I don't know much about you or your state, as I live in Alabama and did vote for Obama twice. And would do it again.
But every time I have seen you....in debates etc
you were the ONLY person who has common sense and wasn't scripted and I think realizes and respects both sides. I really wish there were more politicians
ie: senate, congress like you.
So i just want to say that
thank you sir.

Michelle smith says:

Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 12:15 AM

You signed a pledge and swore on stage to support the Republican nominee. You are acting like a toddler that didn't get his way or didn't get a participation trophy. Grow up and do the right thing! The people have spoken. When a candidate can only get a little over a hundred pledged delegates, this should be a huge message. Or do you always lie to the voters?

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