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.