KENNESAW, Ga. — While the other GOP candidates stay in Nevada, waiting for the outcome of Tuesday’s caucus, John Kasich was here in Georgia trying to rally support before Super Tuesday.
He spent the morning at the State legislature speaking in both the House and Senate chambers before heading to Kennesaw State University to talk with students.
11Alive's Rebecca Lindstrom
followed the candidate while he was on the campaign trail throughout Atlanta, and while Kasich isn’t necessarily drawing the same size crowds as some of the other candidates, it was standing room only at the KSU event.
During the event, Kasich talked about the nation’s debt, job creation and the Syrian refugee crisis.