John Kasich played dirty to get Libertarians thrown off the ballot in Ohio, now cries foul over having his own petitions challenged

LP.org blog:

John KasichThe John Kasich for president campaign accused Ted Cruz of practicing “dirty pool and dirty politics” — an apt description of what Kasich did when he used the power of his governor’s office to knock Libertarian challenger Charlie Earl off the ballot in 2014.

The Montana co-chair for the Kasich campaign made the accusation after the Cruz campaign challenged the validity of Kasich’s petition signatures needed to get onto the ballot in Montana.

There’s nothing dirty about a straightforward challenge of a candidate’s petition. But for an incumbent governor to exploit the power of his office to snuff out competition is anything but clean.

Read here about John Kasich’s dirty tricks and why he’s unfit to be president

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