Ohio Gov. John Kasich makes campaign stop in Mansfield

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MANSFIELD, Ohio-- Ohio Gov. John Kasich took his campaign to Mansfield Saturday evening.

The GOP presidential candidate spoke at Gorman-Rupp Company. Kasich was joined by his wife, Karen.

He started off his speech by focusing on creating jobs in Ohio, citing his family's history in the working class.

"We were down those 350,000 jobs and now we are up over  400,000 jobs, 400,000 families who are doing better in Ohio," Kasich said. "Our budget is balanced."

The Ohio governor spoke about Social Security, securing the border and taking care of the country's veterans.

"At the end of the day, there should be no veteran without health care, no veteran that is homeless and no veteran that is unemployed in the United State of America. They deserve our support," Kasich said.

The Kasich campaign will stay in Northeast Ohio. He is scheduled to hold a town hall at the Ehrnfelt Recreation Center in Strongsville at 1 p.m. on Sunday.

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