The head of the Ohio Hispanic Coalition says Columbus has a large stake in potential changes to immigration law. Joseph Mas says the city has a larger undocumented population than other Ohio cities.
Governor Kasich Endorses Presidential Hopeful Mitt Romney
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has thrown his support behind Mitt Romney for president as the presumptive Republican nominee visits the battleground state.
Kasich endorsed Romney Thursday, citing Romney’s “proven experience as a manager and as a job creator.”
Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor joined the endorsement.
Kasich said Ohio’s further economic progress is hampered by the Obama administration.
The decision comes days after Kasich allies took control of the Ohio Republican Party, which can raise money and recruit volunteers across the state.
After false starts backing former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Kasich remained neutral in the Republican primaries. He had relationships from his congressional days with at least two other presidential hopefuls, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich.
Kasich ran briefly for president in 2000.