Kasich Quitting GOP Race
(AP)
Ohio Gov. John Kasich is dropping out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination, according to multiple reports. He abruptly canceled a campaign event in Virginia Wednesday morning and returned home, where he plans an announcement at 5 p.m. [Full Story]
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Kasich Quitting GOP Race
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