2016 Presidential candidate John Kasich is campaigning in New Hampshire tonight while Iowa holds it caucuses.
Polling in the low double-digits in Iowa, governor Kasich has moved on to New Hampshire in an attempt to resurrect his failing bid for the GOP nomination.
Kasich has pinned the hopes of his entire campaign on New Hampshire and had spent the entire weekend campaigning there.
Tonight, the candidate is in the granite state attempting to anchor his ongoing campaign with a good result in the February 9th primary.
Kasich is barely holding on to a second place showing in national polling for New Hampshire just ahead of Cruz and Bush.
Kasich has used the stops to tout news paper endorsements from The Bost Globe, 7 of New Hampshire’s papers and the most recent one by The New York Times.