Not only did Ohio Gov. John Kasich lose his home state Tuesday night - he also lost his hometown.
Unofficial results from McKees Rocks, Kasich's hometown, found Kasich received 47 votes to billionaire Donald Trump's 89. Sen. Ted Cruz received only 24 votes in the Pittsburgh suburb.
The small town, in Allegheny County, is considered a Democratic stronghold, but Kasich has talked about his hometown frequently on the stump, describing it as a place where "if the wind blows the wrong way," you lose your job.
Still the loss must smart.
Adding insult to injury: Of the five states that voted Tuesday night, Kasich came in second in all but one. Both Trump and Cruz beat him in Pennsylvania. Kasich came in second in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maryland and Delaware.