Publicado: Vie, May 11, 2018
Ciencia | Por Aurelio Ontiveros

Cordray a 'socialist' who 'should not do well' in OH election

Cordray a 'socialist' who 'should not do well' in OH election

"He will be a great Governor with a heavy focus on HealthCare and Jobs", the President tweeted.

"[DeWine's] Socialist opponent in November should not do well, a big failure in last job!" Elizabeth Warren, a Wall Street reformer and "progressive" champion who helped start the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that Cordray ran until past year. I need you all to understand that.

"And I am convinced, in talking to people across this state, that people want Democrats who will stand for safer neighborhoods, and who will stand for getting rid of these assault weapons once and for all", he said. Pepper thinks DeWine will have a problem in the general election because the Republican candidates have gone so far to the right of OH voters to win their primary. Kucinich said he'd return the money.

The Ohio Republican Party says, despite all the talk of the so-called "Blue Wave", it's actually the GOP that's seeing the enthusiasm from voters. The candidates were finalized on Tuesday: Danny O'Connor, a Democratic official in Franklin County, will oppose Troy Balderson, a Republican state senator.

They will watch closely Thursday as Republican Auditor Dave Yost, now his party's nominee for attorney general, releases his audit of the school's operations. Braun is running, ideologically, as an ordinary Republican; he is an outsider by political biography alone. Once a solidly Republican seat in a district Mr. Trump carried easily, the race is now a tossup, according to nonpartisan analysts, thanks to an energized Democratic base. Troy Balderson won the crowded Republican primary. Most voters don't care.

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But the strikingly nasty Republican primary between DeWine and Taylor has buoyed Democrats' hopes of facing a damaged candidate for the open seat this fall.

With nearly 65 p.c of precincts reporting, DeWine, a former two-term senator, had 59.68 p.c of the vote and Cordray had 62.51 p.c, in line with the workplace of the Ohio Secretary of State. Former Cleveland mayor and former congressman Dennis Kucinich waged a strong campaign, getting support from "Our Revolution", the political group inspired by Bernie Sanders, and a key endorsement from the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Former Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O'Neill couldn't be reached after results came in but earlier in the day, he congratulated the other candidates for coming together to run a good race.

Both parties made choices that may reflect the future of OH politics.

Cordray had been the Democratic frontrunner since leaving the CFPB to run for office again in OH, where he had previously served as attorney general, treasurer and a state legislator. Pat Tiberi (TEE'-behr-ee) and U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci (reh-NAY'-see).

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