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Gov. Kasich continues to focus attention on New Hampshire during Iowa caucuses
New Hampshire hosts the first national primary next week
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Kasich has been focusing his attention on New Hampshire since the beginning where he's hosted 89 town hall meetings already.
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Gov. John Kasich wasn’t even in Iowa for the GOP caucuses last night. He was at the presidential campaign’s next stop, New Hampshire, which holds the first in the nation primary next week.

Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports.

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Since Kasich wasn’t in Iowa, he didn’t get much coverage. But he did talk to Greta Van Susteren of Fox News from his campaign bus in New Hampshire.

“I would have loved to have spent more time in Iowa, but I got in the race in July, and there’s only so much of me to go around.”

Kasich’s campaign strategy has long been to focus on face-to-face campaigning in New Hampshire; he’s hosted 89 town hall meetings, with plans to hit 100 before the primary next Tuesday.

Several polls show him in as high as second place, behind Donald Trump.

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