John Kasich Net Worth: John Richard Kasich (born May 13, 1952, in McKees Rocks, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania ) is an American politician of the Republican Party and since 2011 governor of the federal state of Ohio. Kasich has the net worth of $10 million. From 1983 to 2001 he was a member of the House of Representatives of the United States, where he held key positions in important committees. Between his time as a deputy and governor, Kasich worked for several years in the private sector. In July 2015, he announced his candidacy for the 2016 presidential election. Given the preselection results, he gave his candidacy on 4 May 2016. Kasich is considered a moderate representative of his party, who pursues a pragmatic policy.
Gov. Kasich’s statement on tonight’s incident at the Ohio State Fair. pic.twitter.com/PFjfHWMIab
— John Kasich (@JohnKasich) July 27, 2017
John Kasich order to shut down Rides, after a horrible accident. And Tweeted about this incident.
John Kasich – Career:
Kasich has Czech and Croatian ancestry. He grew up in modest circumstances as the son of a postman in a democratically shaped residential district. In 1970, he began studying Ohio State University. In 1974 he received his
Kasich, as an assistant and electoral campaign leader of the State Senator and later Congressman Buz Lukens, gained his first experience in politics. In 1978 Kasich (then 26 years old) was elected to the Senate of Ohio, where he was a senator from 1979 to 1982. In 1982, Kasich successfully sued for a seat in the House of Representatives of the United States and entered his new office in January 1983. In 1996, in an early stage of the presidential election campaign, Kasich was considered a possible US vice president of the presidency of Bob Dole. Dole opted for the more experienced and well-known Jack Kemp. Kasich was a member of the Congress for a total of 18 years. From 1995 to 2001 he was chairman of the Budget Committee. He left the Parliament voluntarily in January 2001.
In 2001, Kasich became CEO of Lehman Brothers’ branch office in Columbus. Shortly before the collapse of the bank, in 2008, he received bonuses of 587,000 US dollars.
In 2001, he acted on FOX ‘s policy talk show Heartland; After a few episodes, he gave the presentation. From 2005 to 2008 he was a political adviser on The O’Reilly Factor by and with Bill O’Reilly, and in 2010 he spoke to Huckabee, the presenter, and former politician Mike Huckabee.
Between 1998 and 2010, three books written by Kasich were published. His first Sachbuch Courage is Contagious became a bestseller.
Governor of Ohio:
As early as 2006, the Republican Party had intended to win Kasich for the candidacy as governor of Ohio; Kasich had rejected this at the time. In 2009, he officially announced his candidacy. At the beginning of November 2010, Kasich won the election just against the Democratic official Ted Strickland. He then resigned Strickland on 10 January 2011 as governor; His vice-governor is Mary Taylor. During his term from 2011 to 2014, 12 death sentences were executed in Ohio (21% of the 53 executions in the state of Ohio since 1976), including those of Dennis McGuire with untried poisons. In October 2015, John Kasich postponed the deadline for twelve executions by an indefinite period. In 2014 Kasich was confirmed in his office as governor.
Presidential candidate 2016:
In July 2015, Kasich announced his intention to apply for a position as the candidate for the Republican Party in the 2016 presidential election. In the election campaign, Kasich is particularly active with his expertise as a former Congress delegate and governor of Ohio. In the election campaign, Kasich, who is regarded as a pragmatist within the Republican Party, fell mainly due to his harsh criticism of his competitor Donald Trump. Kasich described above as Trump’s plans for the expulsion of illegal immigrants as not practical and “not grown” (in the original: “not an adult argument”).
On January 30, 2016, Kasich received an endorsement from The New York Times for the top Republican candidate. The editorial staff justified their position by saying that Kasich, as a pragmatic politician, was the only truly compromisable candidate among the Republicans. He had proved this both through his experience in the congress as well as the governor of Ohio. Also, the daily newspapers The Arizona Republic[, The Boston Globe and The Dallas Morning News support the application Kasich’s. Kasich was second in the second federal state of New Hampshire (16%) after Donald Trump (35%). He left other candidates of the so-called “party establishment” quite clearly behind him. Governor Ohios concentrated his campaign early on very intensely in New Hampshire, where the Republican party base, as opposed to the first pre-election Iowa, is regarded as rather moderate. There Kasich remained clearly with about two percent. In the media, Kasich’s performance in New Hampshire was seen as a surprise success that could give new impetus to his campaign. After that, he received the most attention in most states, and ultimately succeeded only in his home state of Ohio. He was also actively supported by Arnold Schwarzenegger during his election campaign.
After the departure of Ted Cruz on May 3, Kasich was Donald Trumps, the only remaining candidate in the primaries, until the day after he withdrew his candidacy. Kasich subsequently rejected a candidacy for the vice-president’s office at Trumps. During the main election campaign, he remained a critic of Trump and did not vote for this. John Kasich net worth is estimated to be $10 million. Some of his party colleagues criticized him for this attitude. Kasich also took part in the nomination day in Cleveland. Since he was even in his state, the governor’s absence was seen as an unprecedented affront against Trump.
John Kasich was married from 1975 to 1980 with Mary Lee Griffith. He has been married to Karen Waldbillig a second time since 1997; They are parents of identical twin daughters.
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