Kasich campaign knocks on doors in NH before primary

John Kasich's 250 volunteers are campaigning heavily in New Hampshire before the primary on Tuesday.

John Kasich campaigning at outdoor store in NH. Jan. 19, 2016. The Associated Press.
Republican presidential candidate, Ohio Gov. John Kasich shakes hands during a campaign stop at Morse Sporting Goods store, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016, in Hillsboro,NH (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) – Ohio Gov. John Kasich is urging dozens of volunteers to not miss knocking on any doors as they fan out across the state for a sunny Saturday of campaigning.

Standing outside his Manchester headquarters, Kasich says a quick smile and conversation with a voter can make all the difference in Tuesday’s primary.

He says his campaign can put things over the top if voters “have a sense of something special.”

Kasich says his campaign isn’t about him, but rather about making a brighter future for his supporters and their families and neighbors.

Roughly 250 Kasich volunteers are out campaigning across the state. The campaign says each volunteer has a daily goal of knocking on 100 doors and making 200 phone calls.

He did take a break on Friday, however, between Town Hall events for an impromptu snowball fight with volunteers and members of the media.

Governor Kasich will be part of a Republican debate Saturday night on our sister station, WYTV.

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