Here in CT, of course, that latter term is said in revulsion by GOP leadership to describe funds that are used to attract industry to this state in competition against primarily Republican-ruled states that also dangle financial incentives before companies to induce them to locate there.
"I think Donald Trump decides where he wants to go", Kasich said of the president's appearance, where after introducing Balderson and praising him, he then focused of his own agenda and his litany of complaints about the media. The 12th district has a higher percentage of people 25 and older with college degrees than any other district in the state, and Trump's popularity there has waned. "He said, 'Well, I don't have anything to do with it'".
Trump promoted other Republican officeholders and candidates in OH as he rallied supporters Saturday night at Olentangy Orange High School north of Columbus.
Trump also brought to the stage OH congressman Jim Jordan, calling him "a tough cookie".
Mars closest to earth in 15 years today
Meanwhile the very bright planet Venus pops up in the very low western sky in the evening twilight, but sets shortly thereafter. After rising, it stays up in the sky the entire night and starts setting in the west at a time when the sun rises in the east.
Continuing his trend of being as useful on Twitter as a stick of butter over an open flame, President Donald Trump unleashed yet another prestigious endorsement for an Ohioan on his favorite website.
In a raucous rally in a sweltering gymnasium north of Columbus, Ohio, Trump pitched for the GOP candidate up in a special election next week and defiantly questioned the idea that, historically, the party that controls the White House suffers in the midterms, declaring "but I say why?"
Kasich, speaking on ABC's "This Week", said he asked state Sen. But a Monmouth poll released Wednesday showed Danny O'Connor, the 31-year-old Democratic candidate, trailing Balderson by only one point.
The Ohio rally was Trump's third of the week and he has pledged to accelerate his pace further as the midterms approach. Pat Tiberi (R-OH), who left Congress in January.