The political eyes of the nation are on Michigan this week.
Two Republican candidates hit the ground in Metro Detroit tonight, one day after Super Tuesday, and one night before the Republican Presidential debate.
One day after Super Tuesday and one night before the nation eyes Michigan, Republican Presidential candidate John Kasich focused on the fight ahead, and Ohio.
The Ohio Governor told the crowd at the Ukrainian Cultural Center in Warren about his family and faith, made his strongest comments about ISIS and radical Islam, and had a message for Senator Ted Cruz.
Nearly around the same time, about 13 miles away, Republican rival Marco Rubio on the ground in Shelby Township, telling the crowd he's still the best candidate for the job, also taking aim at the front runner.
A wild week of politics in Michigan continues tomorrow.