John Kasich is First Republican Candidate to Open Campaign Headquarters in Delaware


With the April 26 Delaware primary just a few weeks away, presidential campaigns are beginning to ramp up operations.  Ohio Governor John Kasich is the first Republican candidate to establish a full-time headquarters in the First State.
Today Kasich for America became the first Republican presidential campaign this cycle to open a full-time headquarters in Delaware in advance of the state’s April 26th primary election.

The campaign also announced the hiring of Adam Lester to lead aggressive voter outreach efforts in the First State as Delaware Field Director.

“I love Delaware and will work very hard to win over the voters before the primary on April 26th,” said Gov. Kasich. “I’m confident in our team’s ability to rally the troops and reach as many people as possible with our message of results.”

In February, Kasich for America announced its Delaware leadership team headed by former Congressman Tom Evans and President Reagan advisor and businessman Frank Ursomarso.

To see the Kasich for America Delaware leadership team roster, click here.

Said Delaware Chair Michael Fleming, “Delaware Republicans care about real leadership and results, not empty rhetoric. Governor Kasich’s record as a pragmatic, conservative reformer in Washington and Ohio is unmatched, and we know John Kasich can win in November. We will be working 24-7 to bring that message to GOP voters across the state.”

Eight polls released in the past month have shown that John Kasich would defeat Hillary Clinton in a general election.

Contact information for the Wilmington campaign headquarters:

Kasich for America Delaware Campaign Headquarters
Address: 960 Justison Street, Wilmington, DE 19801
(By the Planet Fitness between Midcoast Community Bank and Phillips and Cohen Associates, Inc.)
Hours: 9AM-8PM
Contact: Adam Lester
Phone: 201-787-5854


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