The new Ohio State University-led zoo is an opportunity for Ohio Gov.
John Kasich to do two things.
First, he can use the zoo as a vehicle for the state’s economic growth.
Second, he could use the zoos popularity as a rallying cry for conservatives.
Kasich has used the zoo to make himself look tough, but it’s unclear how much he’ll actually do to get the zoo’s name back.
He has proposed a tax on zoo animals, said the zoo needs more space for visitors, and called the zoo a “political circus.”
He’s also pledged to ban the practice of zoos selling animals.
But that’s not the only reason for Kasich to keep the zoo.
If the zoo is a political circus, why would Kasich bother?
In the past, Kasich has said he’s been “on the right side of history” on zoo issues.
For example, in the early 2000s, Kasich called the Ohio Zoo a “total disaster” and said that he would have kept it open if it had been more open.
But the zoo reopened and has become a major tourist attraction.
In 2015, the Ohio House passed a bill that would have shut down the zoo indefinitely, saying the zoo was a “puppet” of Democrats who wanted to keep it open.
And then there’s this: In 2012, Kasich proposed shutting down the Ohio State Zoo to make way for the Ohio Convention Center.
But after the zoo closed in 2011, Kasich said he’d put it back up, and the zoo still reopened in 2013.
This is all just a small part of Kasich’s agenda.
Kasich is hoping that the zoo will make his bid for the presidency more appealing to conservatives, who would love to see a zoo that features dinosaurs and elephants as a centerpiece of the Buckeye State’s tourism industry.
And that could help him win over a large portion of conservatives who’ve long disliked zoo ownership.
But there are still other reasons why Kasich would consider shutting the zoo down.
The zoo could be a huge draw for tourists and other visitors.
The Ohio Zoo, a new animal center that is a symbol of the state of Ohio, is just one of many new attractions the state has opened to tourists.
The zoo is also a big draw for local governments and other business owners who want to keep their businesses open.
A zoo is one of the few places in the world where you can have a zoo.
But it also attracts visitors who want a place to relax, play and get exercise, which can make it an ideal venue for attracting tourists.
The Buckeye Institute of Politics, a non-profit organization focused on promoting Ohio state government and Republican candidates, said that Kasich has done well to appeal to conservatives in Ohio, which could make it difficult to convince them to support his candidacy.
It also could make Kasich’s campaign more difficult to win over conservative voters in the Buckeyes large population of swing voters.
Kasich could also make it harder for Kasich’s opponents to build a winning campaign with a zoo in the state.
It could also be an opportunity to promote his immigration policies.
Ohio is the home state of the president, vice president and several cabinet members.
A state that has become an increasingly popular destination for foreign visitors, Ohio’s reputation as a tourist destination is already under threat from immigration policies that would see the number of foreign visitors decline.
Ohio is also the home to an increasingly important and popular trade route for goods, like corn and other products.
With a new zoo, Kasich can turn the zoo into a magnet for business owners, who could see more visitors coming to visit Ohio.
Kasich would also have a bigger opportunity to appeal with Hispanic voters in Ohio who’ve been vocal about wanting to see more people of color in the country’s top job.
The Trump campaign has already made a concerted effort to appeal among Hispanic voters and Ohio has a large Hispanic population.