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John Kasich

This Week on the Campaign Trail

Overview With tomorrow marking 100 days until the Republican National Convention, it’s a countdown to catastrophe. Following two terrible weeks, the GOP is in disarray as Republicans continue to panic at the prospect of Lyin’ Ted or Dangerous Donald becoming their nominee. If the tepid support of Jim Risch or Ben Carson this week is any indication, the GOP is…

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Previewing Kasich’s State of the State

Tonight, Ohio Governor John Kasich will give his State of the State Address. But here’s the REAL state of Ohio: Kasich has spent more than half of the past year — at least 177 days — out of state. Ohio taxpayers have shelled out more than $350,000 so far to foot the bill for Kasich’s out-of-state campaigning, and overtime pay…

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On ABC Kasich confirms what Trump said… GOP would drag America backward

“There they go again. John Kasich today reiterated what Donald Trump laid bare this week, the Republican Party’s leadership is bent on dragging America backward to deny women their constitutional right to a safe and legal abortion. Kasich’s statement about repealing Roe v. Wade, leaving abortion restrictions to the states, and refusal to answer how they’d be enforced, make it clear…

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GOP Candidates As Bad As Trump on Abortions

John Kasich and Ted Cruz can try to distance themselves from Donald Trump’s dangerous statements on women’s health, but in reality they are no better. They have both fought to create unreasonable restrictions to a woman’s constitutional right to a safe and legal abortion, to deny funding for health services to women in need, and to prohibit women from making…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

Overview Today is April Fools Day, but Republicans aren’t laughing after having the worst week in Washington. From violence at rallies to derogatory remarks against women, the Republican Party is in total disarray. The candidates have been busy doing what they do best — alienating women, minorities, and the LGBT community, with their out-of-touch policies and nasty tabloid politics. Donald…

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Worst Week in Washington: Republicans (for a second week in a row)

Last week, the Republican Party won the title for “Worst Week in Washington” for one too many reasons… This was a week that began with an anti-Trump super PAC pushing out a picture of a scantily clad Melania Trump to discourage Utah voters from backing Donald Trump. It was one that ended with Ted Cruz denying a National Enquirer report…

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Actions Speak Louder than Words: John Kasich and Ted Cruz’s Record of Punishing Women

“There they go again. John Kasich and Ted Cruz can try to distance themselves from Donald Trump’s offensive and dangerous statement about punishing women who get an abortion, but in Congress and in Ohio the two Republicans have aggressively tried to punish women and limit their rights. Time and again Kasich and Cruz have pursued measures that punish women by…

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Republicans Push Reporter And Anti-Women Agenda

Donald Trump’s misogynistic comments towards women are shocking, but his immediate defense of the behavior of his campaign manager is a preview for what a Trump presidency would look like when it comes to both violence and women. Today his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was charged with battery for intentionally grabbing and bruising the arm of Michelle Fields, and Donald…

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SCATHING REPORT: Snyder deserves blame for Flint crisis

Yesterday, the independent investigatory panel tasked with determining who failed the residents of Flint, Michigan, released its report, and the headlines speak for themselves. The bipartisan panel – whose members were handpicked by Rick Snyder, the state’s Republican Governor and consists of two pediatricians, a water expert, an environmental expert, and a former member of the legislature – did not…

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Awkward: Remember the last time the GOP 2016ers addressed the Jewish community?

Last December, the Republican presidential hopefuls had the distinct honor of embarrassing themselves in front of the Republican Jewish Coalition by playing on stereotypes and showing a shocking lack of knowledge about the issues facing the Jewish community and Israel. Here’s a good recap of that awkwardness from our friends at Morning Joe: WATCH  To recap: Jim Gilmore said, “Last night…

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