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Not long after new Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s inaugural, former Gov. John Kasich is announcing a new gig. 

Kasich has signed with CNN to be a political commentator for various shows. The news came hours after he announced that he had signed a deal with a Los Angeles-based talent agency and on the same day that Mike DeWine took office as Ohio's new governor. 

Kasich has been vague about his plans after leaving the governor’s office. But he’s a known quantity for the network since he has been interviewed on air many times about President Trump’s policies.

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Gov. John Kasich appears to have changed his views on gun regulations, after years of saying he was a strong Second Amendment supporter on the rare occasions that he talked about it at all.

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Ohio’s top elections official says he’s not concerned that hackers might be able to break into machines and manipulate the upcoming election. 

Secretary of State Jon Husted is telling CNN he’s not worried about the integrity of the voting machines themselves.

“The voting machines are not connected to the internet. The tallying process is not connected to the internet. A hack attempt cannot affect the outcome of a vote.”

Husted says a hack attempt could be disruptive and affect voter registration databases.