Republican candidate John Kasich makes campaign stop in Vermont ahead of South Carolina primary results, says he'll welcome votes from Democrats and Republicans. Rough Cut (no reporter narrtion).
Broadcasters: NO ACCESS Digital: DIGITAL USE ONLY, NO BROADCAST USE WORLDWIDE, NO ACCESS AUSTRALIA BROADCASTER WEBSITES. NO ACCESS ABC AMERICA, FOX, UNIVISION, TELEMUNDO, BBC AMERICA, NBC, OR THEIR DIGITAL/MOBILE PLATFORMS. NO ACCESS NEVADA MEDIA MARKET WEBSITES. NO ACCESS VERMONT MEDIA MARKET WEBSITES.**~ ROUGH CUT - (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Republican presidential candidate John Kasich hit the campaign trail outside of South Carolina, and headed to a high school in Colchester, Vermont, where he told students that, win or lose the Republican South Carolina primary, he's running a "positive" campaign. "I'm going to run a positive campaign whether I win or not," Kasich said. He added that Democratic or Republican, he'll welcome votes from both sides of the isle. Republicans in South Carolina are voting on Saturday in the state-by-state contest to pick nominees for the Nov. 8 election, with opinion polls showing front-runner Donald Trump trying to solidify his spot at the top of the pack and rivals Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio fighting for a second-place finish.