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Governor Kasich Rallies Romney-Ryan Supporters

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 10/15/2012

Governor John Kasich was in Ontario Sunday to rally Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan supporters from Richland and Delaware counties.
  

Kasich spoke to a large gathering of supporters and volunteers at the Richland County Republican Victory Center at 2069 W. Fourth St.

Kasich talked about the importance of economic development for the state of Ohio. He said Mitt Romney understands that jobs make communities stronger. He said he wants Mitt Romney to be president.
  

Kasich said his vision is to diversify Ohio's economy. He said the areas of information technology and health care are growing in the state. He said he wants to attract a bio pharmaceutical company to Ohio.

"If we can get these biologists together and get them thinking of the academics and having higher education adn do the research to bring the people you need to support that. It's a long term vision I have," Kasich said.

Kasich said Ohio will play an important role in this presidential election.
 

Ohio is one of the eight swing states but no Republican has won the White House without winning the state. 

After his speech Kasich thanked the volunteers who have been manning phone banks and going door-to-door in support of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.

 

   
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