Ohio Governor Predicts End to Two-Party System

(Washington, DC) Two governors are questioning the two-party system in the United States.  

On ABC's "This Week," Ohio Republican Governor John Kasich said the nation could be seeing the end of a Democrat-Republican system, adding neither party is answering people's deepest concerns and needs. 

Colorado Democratic Governor John Hickenlooper echoed Kasich's comments, saying neither party seems to have a coherent agenda.  

Kasich doesn't believe the transition will happen overnight.  Instead, he thinks it could evolve over time as millennials and Gen-Xers begin to look for something new because neither party works.  

Kasich and Hickenlooper are unsure of their intentions to make a bid for President in 2020.

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