Gov. John Kasich faces arguably the most important election of his political career on Tuesday. He talked about the race just before a campaign event in Moraine just outside Dayton Friday afternoon.
Kasich was asked about whether he stands a chance of securing the nomination, or if he can even stop Donald Trump from becoming the nominee. 66 delegates are at stake in Tuesday's Ohio primary, and while that’s not enough to give anyone the nomination, it’s enough to give Trump a big lead, or another candidate a way to stop him.
Kasich will spend the weekend campaigning in Ohio, ending up in Westerville in suburban Columbus on Monday night.