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He needs them badly — so badly, he skipped a precious day and a half in South Carolina to plant his flag in Michigan on Monday,” Dispatch reporter Randy Ludlow writes.

“Gaining some cachet and credibility with his second-place finish in New Hampshire, an enthused Kasich attracted some of the biggest crowds of his campaign — around 500 each at Grand Valley State University and at Michigan State University.” Throwing some shade: After being asked about an Ohio Democratic Party release criticizing him for how the water problem was handled in Sebring, Ohio and for not visiting Flint, Michigan while in the state, Kasich said "I didn't think we had a Democratic Party in Ohio," Response from the Dems: "It seems like Governor Kasich didn't want to answer a simple question about the people of his state who are suffering," state party spokeswoman Kirstin Alvanitakis shot back via email. But then again, I don't think he's in a position to know much of anything about Ohio, given the fact he's spent more than 130 days out of the state since he started his quixotic campaign for president." Back to South Carolina: “Kasich has changed his campaign schedule after his strategists perceived a better-than-expected opportunity in Saturday's South Carolina primary,” Dispatch Public Affairs Editor Darrel Rowland writes.

“Kasich originally was supposed to visit Virginia this Wednesday, but switched things up to schedule additional South Carolina appearances from Tuesday evening through Friday because of momentum from him finishing a surprising a clear second last week in New Hampshire, the first-in-the-nation primary.”It also says in prominent black letters: Check Enclosed,” Rowland writes.

“But it's all a fund-raising missive to raise money from Ohioans for Cruz’s presidential campaign — one that is drawing condemnation from both Ohio Republicans and a watchdog group.” What one watchdog group said: “It’s not a lie, but it’s a prevarication,” Catherine Turcer, policy analyst for the nonprofit watchdog Common Cause-Ohio.

“We're really tired of our candidates complying with the letter of the law, but not with the spirit of the law.” More talk of a brokered GOP convention: “As Donald Trump and Ted Cruz divide up the first primaries and center-right Republicans tear one another apart in a race to be the mainstream alternative, Republicans are waging a shadow primary for control of delegates in anticipation of what one senior party official called ‘the white whale of politics’: a contested national convention,” Portman on Scalia successor: Sen.

Rob Portman is in line with fellow Republicans who want to hold off on confirming a successor for U. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia until a new president is elected in the fall."There's a very vigorous debate going on right now about the direction of the country," he said.

"This seat is about the direction of the country, and it's kind of unique because it's sort of a swing seat. Sittenfeld “called on the GOP senator from Cincinnati to not delay the consideration, as many other Republicans advocate.

I think it would be better to have it be part of the presidential election process." And from the Democrats: Both former Ohio Gov. The two Democrats are vying in the March 15 Ohio primary to determine who faces Portman in the general election,” Rowland writes.

Ohio Senate endorsement from Huckabee: “Former Arkansas governor and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee made an endorsement this week in an Ohio state senate race, and he’s urging voters to toss out the incumbent Republican,” Dispatch reporter Jim Siegel writes.

“Huckabee, in an online video, threw his support behind Janet Folger Porter, anti-abortion activist who is challenging Sen.

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