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Governor John Kasich says he's cleaned up the state government.
spoke Thursday night at a fundraiser for the Fulton County Republican Party in
says he's made government work better, as well as gotten rid of some
we went from $8 billion in the red to $1.4 billion in the black in about two
years," he said.
says Ohio was dying when he took office, claiming 350,000 jobs were lost. Under
his administration, he says job growth is now 162,000 on the plus side.
work comes dignity, comes self confidence, and that's why we have to focus on
it," he said.
also says he's 'shined up' Ohio. CEOs previously voted Ohio the 48th most
business-friendly state in the country. It's now improved to 23rd.
went off the radar map of most companies around the country and around the
world. We were a flyover," Kasich said. "Not anymore."
in the crowd hope the governor is setting the stage for a second term in
seen an increase in hiring locally. Agriculture is picking up. Fulton County is
on the upswing and we're very happy about that," said Fulton County
Republican Party Chairman Daniel Dymarkowski.
left the event without talking about his political future.
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