"Jon Husted and I are the ticket with innovative ideas", he said.
Cordray, meanwhile, faced a surprisingly rigorous primary challenge from former U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich.
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Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Richard Cordray, delivers remarks during a public meeting of the Financial Literacy and Education Commission at the United States Treasury on June 29, 2016 in. Elizabeth Warren, under Obama, a Democrat, and Trump, a Republican. Tuesday's win by the former consumer watchdog, who was boosted by Obama and Massachusetts Sen. The feisty former nine-term U.S. Representative and Cleveland mayor energized voters with an anti-gun, pro-environment platform.
Kucinich's efforts were ultimately hurt by revelations he had taken a $20,000 speaking fee from a group sympathetic to Syrian President Bashar Assad. As of 8:30 p.m., Cordray tallied 64 percent of the democratic race vote and DeWine had 66 percent of his party's vote.
A former consumer watchdog under President Barack Obama pushed into the final days of an unexpectedly close Democratic gubernatorial primary in OH against an ex-congressman with a catchy populist slogan.
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He said the Miami Heat , who the 76ers convincingly beat in the first round of the playoffs 4-1, were more physical than Boston. Once he landed, the eager 21-year-old simply turned around and jogged back up the court just he normally would.
DeWine, the current attorney general, is a 40-year veteran in the state and federal government and brands himself as a 'rock solid conservative'.
Pennsylvania holds its primary May 15.
Cordray's lively primary against Kucinich and two other main contenders, state Sen.
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The head of States wishes that the country was free to carry a firearm. "Boom!", Trump said, using his hands in a gun gesture. They "said a lot about what he thinks of France and its values", he added.
A state senator and a former Ohio Supreme Court justice also competed.
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