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John Kasich Interview [The Lisa Wexler Show]

Greenwich, CT — Republican Presidential hopeful, Ohio Governor John Kasich on his tour of the Tri-State area, made a stop by AM 1490 WGCH, Greenwich [The voice of Fairfield and Westchester] to chop it up with Syndicated radio host Lisa Wexler on The Lisa Wexler Show.


Gov. Kasich chopped it up with Wexler about campaigning in the Bronx, his strategy to get the nomination, who he would rather run against Clinton or Sanders, his big push for New York (April 19th) and Connecticut (April 26th) Primaries, fracking, energy independence, his position on abortion and women’s health and more (hear the entire interview below).

The Lisa Wexler Show can be heard weekdays 4-6 P.M. on Am 1490 WGCH or WGCH.com
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