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Warren Protégé Announces for Governor

Ellie Hockenbury - December 20, 2017

Today, failed bureaucrat Richard Cordray launched his gubernatorial campaign. Not unlike liberal lion Elizabeth Warren, whose support Cordray is already proudly touting, Cordray’s time at the CFPB proves that his idea of serving in government means using an unaccountable agency as a spring board for his political aspirations rather than doing what’s best for American consumers.

“Richard Cordray’s foray into the governor’s race only underscores how wrong the Democrats’ liberal slate of candidates is for the Buckeye State. Cordray oversaw an unaccountable and overreaching government agency in Washington, only to jump ship and attempt a partisan-driven stunt on his way out when he saw the opportunity to advance his political ambitions. It is clear that Richard Cordray is wrong for Ohio, and we look forward to voters making their voices heard at the polls next year.” RNC Spokesperson Ellie Hockenbury

 


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