CINCINNATI - Ohio's Governor-elect John Kasich is preparing to take office next month, and that means a lot of questions remain concerning his plans for the Buckeye State.
Kasich plans to make a stop in the Tri-State Wednesday at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
He's meeting with administrators at the college, and business leaders whose companies benefit from the school's programs and graduates.
Afterward, Kasich will speak to the media, which is when we should learn more on his stance against Ohio's passenger rail system. Current Ohio Governor Ted Strickland is urging him not to cut the plan. Kasich has vowed to kill the project, calling it a waste of money.
Some students are concerned that Kasich will cut funding for higher education in an attempt to save money. University of Cincinnati students have started an online petition in the hopes of keeping the cuts from happening.
The Governor-elect has expressed that getting more jobs to the state will be his top priority when he's sworn-in to office in January.
Stay with WCPO.com for updates on Wednesday's meeting.
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