INDIANAPOLIS -- If Ohio Gov. John Kasich has any shot at the presidency, Indiana's primary is going to be critical to it.
Kasich will be at an Indiana Town Hall Tuesday at 11 a.m. in Noblesville at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds. Get ticket information on Kasich's campaign website here.
Kasich's Indiana campaign finance chair, John Williams, said the Hoosier state could be big for the governor on May 3.
"I think he has to continue to rack up delegates," Williams said. "Wins are obviously good, and I think he's going to have a really good chance of winning in places like Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and right here in Indiana – so that's the plan. Continue to move forward, build on this momentum and continue to rack up the number of delegates."
See more of the interview with Williams in the video player above.