John Kasich

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State Of The Race: Governor: Ohio

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John Kasich (R) faces Ted Strickland (D) in the November election.
John Kasich's references to opponent(s): 0 uses in the last 7 days (down 100%).

Compare how John Kasich uses key words

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  • Last 7 days: 4 uses (up 400% over last week)



  • Last 7 days: 1 uses (up 100% over last week)



  • Last 7 days: 1 uses (up 100% over last week)

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  • Overall: 121 uses since Aug. 30



  • Overall: 109 uses since Aug. 30



  • Overall: 109 uses since Aug. 30

Colors correspond to a word's relative popularity in the last 7 days. Words in orange are being used more frequently this week; gray, less frequently. 'Sparkline' graphs plot each word's motion over the last 8 weeks.

Recent uses of words we're tracking

...RT @Xavysdad: @JohnKasich talking about running the budget like a family farm runs its budget. #PersingerFarm

— via Twitter (October 29)

...OH Gov Candidate @JohnKasich speaks w/ OH voters in Solon abt OH jobs #tcot #NewWay

— via Twitter (October 28)

...Strickland opined: "What Ohio needs is stable, mature leadership. In this troubled time when we are in a fragile economy, what we don't need is someone who is a little reckless, maybe more than a little reckless."Truer words were...

— via RSS (October 20)

...Live webcast about OH jobs w/ @JohnKasich + @MaryTaylorOH

— via Twitter (October 17)

...Ohio needs bold governor fighting for change - Lancaster Eagle GazetteOhio needs bold governor fighting for changeOctober 17, 2010 There's no doubt Kasich will bring a...

— via RSS (October 17)

...status quo but also knows how to bring both sides of the chamber together to get things done. His budget savviness will suit the state well....

— via RSS (October 17)

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