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John Kasich

DNC Response to Ohio’s 20-Week Abortion Ban

WASHINGTON – Today Ohio Governor John Kasich signed a bill into law banning abortion after 20 weeks, without any exceptions for survivors of rape or incest. In response, the DNC released the following statement: “Let’s call this law what it really is: an attempt to take away the constitutional rights of women and make abortion illegal. But in a year…

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Trump’s Irresponsible Rigged Election Claims

Election experts, news outlets, and even elected Republicans continue to rebuke and discredit Donald Trump’s claims that the election is “rigged.” In fact, this morning his own campaign manager said she believed there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud, confirming what numerous studies and analysts have repeatedly confirmed. See what they’re saying: This morning on MSNBC, Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway,…

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Trump’s Racist Remarks Alarm Even GOP Leaders

Donald Trump’s racist comments about U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel have drawn wide condemnation even from Republicans who disagree with the presumptive Republican Presidential nominee’s threat to an independent judiciary. Trump, undeterred, doubled down this morning on his racist assertions and said Newt Gingrich’s criticism of him was “inappropriate.” “Donald Trump’s racist rants are so divisive that even Republican leaders…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

Less than 100 days to go until the July conventions, Democrats are poised to head into the general election energized and enthusiastic regardless of who our nominee is, while Republicans are embroiled in a bitter, divided fight better suited for a reality show than a presidential election. This week, as voters headed to the polls in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island,…

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That Didn’t Take Long: Latest Anti-Trump Effort Quickly Falls Apart

With Donald Trump’s recent sweeping victories, it’s clear he’s the only candidate that can win the Republican nomination. As a result, the GOP remains in chaos and recent developments mean that things won’t be getting any better. Last night, Ted Cruz and John Kasich announced they had entered an unusual agreement to save their failing campaigns – dividing their efforts…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

It was another troubling week for Republicans. Exit polls from the New York primary found that seven in ten New York Democrats say they are energized by the primary process, while six in ten New York Republicans think the primary process has divided their party. These numbers just prove what Democrats already knew – Republicans are being torn apart by…

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Why is John Kasich still in the race? A by-the-numbers analysis

177 and counting – the number of days John Kasich has spent outside of Ohio neglecting his day job since he announced his candidacy. $350,000+ – the amount of Ohio taxpayer money spent on his presidential run. 147 – the delegates John Kasich has won in the 2016 presidential primary. 24 – the number of delegates Kasich still has to…

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Kasich to LGBT people: “get over it”

This morning on CNN’s State of the Union, John Kasich was asked whether he would take steps to try to stop states from passing anti-LGBT “Right to Discriminate” laws. His blunt response? “No, I wouldn’t.” He added, “What I like to say is, just relax, if you don’t like what somebody is doing, pray for them. And if you feel as though somebody…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

Overview Between delegate fights and blame throwing from the GOP candidates, this week was truly about the accomplishments of the Democratic candidates. Last night, our candidates took the debate stage again to share their visions for moving our country forward. The discussion was lively and engaging, and it’s clear that the Democratic candidates are ready to fight on behalf of…

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DNC Response to John Kasich’s Latest Offensive Comments about Women

In Watertown, New York today, a college student asked John Kasich how he’d help her feel safer from sexual violence, harassment, and rape on college campuses. His response? “Don’t go to parties where there’s a lot of alcohol.” “While President Obama and Vice President Biden are leading the way to help stop the epidemic of sexual violence on college campuses…

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