Kasich to visit New Hampshire
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Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R), who is mulling a run for president, will travel to New Hampshire on Wednesday.


He will appear at a roundtable in Concord with the New Hampshire House Business Caucus and the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce at noon, then go to Nashua for another event, according to an announcement from the Ohio Republican Party.

He will also tape an appearance on the WMUR program “Conversation with the Candidate.” The show has hosted other people considering a run for the presidency, including Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, who announced her bid Monday.

Compared to other Republicans considering making a bid for the White House, Kasich has been relatively quiet about his own decision-making process. He has been traveling around the country to several states with early nominating contests under the auspices of Balanced Budget Forever, a organization led by an ally.

But in recent weeks, he has seemed to be moving closer to making a decision.

In April, Kasich launched a committee to help support him during the “testing-the-waters” phase of a campaign, which occurs before someone is considered an actual candidate for office. During an appearance on “Fox News Sunday” this week, he said the odds of him launching a presidential campaign were “pretty good.”