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2017-06-04 16:45:09
In response to the recent terrorist attack in London, Gov. Kasich issued the following statement. Unity, in response to the recent terrorist attack in London, Gov. Kasich issued the following statement: Following the recent terrorist attack in Manchester, Gov. Kasich was a guest on CBS This Morning and spoke about how we must unify to defeat this extremism. Watch the video here. The past week, Gov. Kasich led a delegation of Ohio economic development leaders on a four-day trip to Japan. They visited Honda, a major job-creator in Ohio, and discussed with business leaders how Ohio's workforce is skilled, has a strategic location and has the business friendly climate that's ready for investment. Following the President's decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement, Gov. Kasich issued the following statement: "Rather than withdrawing the United States from the climate agreement and relinquishing our historic role of world leadership, the Trump Administration should have worked to improve the treaty from within. Let's be clear. I wasn't happy with the original agreement, especially in light of the Obama administration's failure to work with Republicans in Congress on terms acceptable to both parties. But, I know that climate change is real. It is a global issue and will need a global agreement to address. And we could have negotiated that agreement in ways that would not needlessly destroy jobs. The Trump Administration could have shown leadership by working to improve the agreement: • The largest emitters of greenhouse gases could have been asked to commit to concrete, obligatory reductions in emissions; • The agreement could have targeted the root cause of global warming, greenhouse gas emissions, instead of an indirect measure such as aggregate global temperature; and • More thorough analysis of the costs and the benefits could have provided greater assurance that jobs were not unnecessarily being put at risk. A properly negotiated agreement could actually have ended up driving innovation and creating jobs. By withdrawing from the agreement, the Administration has passed up an opportunity both to expand U.S leadership in clean energy technology and to create well-paid American jobs with a future." Thank you for your ongoing support! -Team Kasich P.S. In case you missed the news about our exclusive Father's Day offer, we have some copies of Gov. Kasich's new book, Two Paths: America Divided or United, and we'd like to send you a copy as a thank you if you'll make a generous contribution to help us spread his message. Important: Kindly place your order by Friday, June 9th to ensure that it's delivered in time! >>Chip in $50 Now<< Receive a copy of the book >>Chip in $150 or More<< Receive a signed copy of the book Paid for by Kasich for America, not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. www.JohnKasich.com This message was intended for: xxx You were added to the system March 3, 2016. For more information please follow the URL below: email.sermodigital.com/p/iW8BYtz2Ng Follow the URL below to update your preferences or opt-out: email.sermodigital.com/p/oW8BYtz2Ng To unsubscribe from future mailings, send an email to mailto:xxx?Subject=Unsubscribe&body=Please%20remove%20me%20from%20further%20mailings with "Unsubscribe" as the subject line.
In response to the recent terrorist attack in London, Gov. Kasich issued the following statement.
Kasich for America

Unity, in response to the recent terrorist attack in London, Gov. Kasich issued"the following statement:


Following the recent terrorist attack in Manchester, Gov. Kasich was a guest on CBS This Morning and spoke about how we must unify to defeat this extremism. Watch"the video here.

The past week, Gov. Kasich led a delegation of Ohio economic development leaders on a four-day trip to Japan. They visited Honda, a major job-creator in Ohio, and discussed with business leaders how Ohio’s workforce is skilled, has a strategic location and has the business friendly climate that’s ready for investment.



Following the President’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement, Gov. Kasich issued the following statement:

"Rather than withdrawing the United States from the climate agreement and relinquishing our historic role of world leadership, the Trump Administration should have worked to improve the treaty from within.

Let’s be clear.  I wasn't happy with the original agreement, especially in light of the Obama administration's failure to work with Republicans in Congress on terms acceptable to both parties.

But, I know that climate change is real. It is a global issue and will need a global agreement to address.  And we could have negotiated that agreement in ways that would not needlessly destroy jobs.

The Trump Administration could have shown leadership by working to improve the agreement:

• The largest emitters of greenhouse gases could have been asked to commit to concrete, obligatory reductions in emissions;

• The agreement could have targeted the root cause of global warming, greenhouse gas emissions, instead of an indirect measure such as aggregate global temperature; and

• More thorough analysis of the costs and the benefits could have provided greater assurance that jobs were not unnecessarily being put at risk.

A properly negotiated agreement could actually have ended up driving innovation and creating jobs.

By withdrawing from the agreement, the Administration has passed up an opportunity both to expand U.S leadership in clean energy technology and to create well-paid American jobs with a future."


Thank you for your ongoing support!

-Team Kasich

P.S. In case you missed the news about our exclusive Father's Day offer
, we have some copies of Gov. Kasich's new book, Two"Paths: America Divided or United, and we'd 
like to send you a copy as a thank you if you'll make a generous contribution to help us spread his message.

Important: Kindly place your order by Friday, June 9th to ensure that it's delivered in time!


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