John Kasich, Who Says He Won’t 'Win a Vote' With God, Brings Religion to Forefront

John Kasich, Who Says He Won’t 'Win a Vote' With God, Brings Religion to ForefrontRepublican presidential candidate Gov. John Kasich has said he does not wear his faith on his sleeve, but as his campaign shifted to South Carolina this week, he has incorporated religion into his pitch in a deeply personal way that was absent in less-religious New Hampshire. Kasich has honed his message in a state where about two-thirds of Republican voters are evangelicals, bringing the deeply personal story about how he found his faith to the forefront. “I don’t go out and try to win a vote by using God,” Kasich told reporters in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Feb. 3.

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