Tuesday, July 7th, 2015

John Kasich's file


Republican from Ohio

John Kasich is the governor of Ohio. A former congressman, he defeated Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland in the general election Nov. 2, 2010. He was sworn into office Jan. 11, 2011.

Kasich's statements by ruling

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Was Ohio runner up in the Sears derby?

Ohio and several other states all were in the bidding to try to coax Sears to move its headquarters.

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Location, location, location a favorite for 2011

Location is commonly cited as the most important consideration in buying real estate, and geographic location was the reason that Cleveland once was tagged as being -- or occupying -- "the best location in the nation."

Gov. John Kasich put  a new spin on that pitch to help sell Ohio. His claim became one of our favorites of 2011.

Governor's health benefits claim a favorite from 2011

No issue dominated Ohio headlines in 2011 more than the efforts to rein in collective bargaining rights for public employees.

A claim by Gov. John Kasich put focus on a key point in the debate. We picked it as one of our favorites of the year.