NEWBURY, N.H. (AP)–Ohio Gov. John Kasich says he’s “ready to roll” to a strong finish in the New Hampshire primary.
He’s pitching himself Tuesday as a candidate who can deliver on his promises of bringing conservative reforms to Washington because he’s done it before.
Speaking in Newbury, New Hampshire Kasich is sticking to his message of bringing fiscal discipline to Washington instead of focusing on the results of Monday’s Iowa caucuses.
Kasich is betting his White House hopes on New Hampshire, insisting that running a positive campaign will vault him to the top of the pack. Polls show he’s in the running for second place behind Donald Trump alongside candidates such as Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, who both performed well in Iowa.
Kasich says, “I trust the people of New Hampshire to make a good decision.”
Colleen Marshall has joined the governor in the New England state and will be bringing you updates from the campaign trail.