While Republican presidential candidate John Kasich campaigned in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Saturday, one voter — who said he’s a Democrat — walked up to the Ohio governor and told him he’s the only GOP hopeful he’d cast a ballot for.

Republican presidential candidate John Kasich (center) speaks to a Democrat on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, in Manchester, New Hampshire. (Image source: CBS News)

Republican presidential candidate John Kasich (center) speaks to a Democrat on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, in Manchester, New Hampshire. (Image source: CBS News)

Kashich — lagging in the polls — offered a barely tongue-in-cheek reply.

“I ought to be running in a Democrat primary,” he said, CBS News reported. “I got more Democrats for me — you have any Republican friends?”

Kasich also joked with a ballot counter in the Puritan Backroom Restaurant.

“Can’t you just stuff the ballot for me?” Kasich asked the woman, smiling.

“I won’t tell anyone,” she joked back. “Consider it done.”

(H/T: Drudge Report)

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