“Ashland, New Hampshire — Scott Walker and Ohio’s John Kasich are conservative, Midwestern, swing-state governors who got elected in 2010, fought with organized labor, got reelected in 2014, and are running for president in 2016.
You might think it would be hard to tell their campaigns apart.
In fact, all those similarities just make their differences more compelling. And they make Kasich a handy reference point when taking stock of Walker’s presidential bid, which is struggling right now.
The two Great Lakes governors are running for president with different messages, different rhetoric, different stories about their time in office and different strategies…”