Republican presidential candidate John Kasich tells a rally in Lisle, Illinois that he is staying in the race for the White House, despite his third place finish in Michigan. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Following his third place finish in the Michigan primary, Republican presidential candidate John Kasich is vowing to continue with his campaign. Speaking at a rally in Illinois, Kasich told supporters, "Don't be thinking it's over yet." Kasich is hoping for victory in his home state of Ohio where he is governor. On March 15, Ohio, Florida, Illinois, Missouri and North Carolina - like Michigan, states rich in the delegates who will select their party's nominee at July's Republican National Convention - cast ballots. The Republican contests in Florida and Ohio award all the state's delegates to the winner. If front-runner Donald Trump could sweep those two states and pile up delegates elsewhere next week, it could knock home-state favorites Rubio and Kasich out of the race and make it tough for Cruz to catch him.