Ohio Gov. John Kasich campaigns in Brooklyn

Republican presidential candidate John Kasich campaigned in Brooklyn Tuesday. Earlier in the day, the Ohio governor made a speech in Manhattan.

Republican presidential candidate John Kasich campaigned in Brooklyn Tuesday.

Republican presidential candidate John Kasich campaigned in Brooklyn Tuesday. (4/12/16)

BROOKLYN - Republican presidential candidate John Kasich campaigned in Brooklyn Tuesday.

Earlier in the day, the Ohio governor made a speech in Manhattan. Then he visited a matzo bakery in Williamsburg where he bought some of the unleavened bread.

He also visited the Shema Kolainu School in Borough Park.

Kasich told voters that he's projected to finish second in key upcoming primaries, a sign that he is the only candidate who can defeat Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.

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