• Cordray deploys wife to distract from #metoo, discrimination problems in record

    by  • October 29, 2018 • 0 Comments

    Ohio Democratic gubernatorial nominee Richard Cordray has recently taken to deploying his wife, Peggy, on the campaign trail in a possible effort to detract from #metoo and discrimination problems in his record that have been uncovered by Ohio conservative media in recent months. Joined by former Gov. Ted Strickland’s wife, Peggy Cordray recently took...

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    Could Issue 1 cripple Republicans down ballot?

    by  • September 14, 2018

    The presence of Issue 1 on Ohio’s November ballot could cripple Republicans down ballot, making it impossible for the party to withstand a blue wave except in the gubernatorial race. That is the worry being voiced by several GOP consultants across Ohio with less than 60 days to go until Election Day 2018. Ballotpedia...

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    Obama tries to dress Cordray up as an above-the-fray leader in Cleveland. But Cordray’s record shows something else.

    by  • September 14, 2018

    Yesterday, former President Barack Obama stumped for Democrat Richard Cordray in Cleveland.   But in the course of typical Obama-standard eloquent and articulate remarks, the former Commander-in-Chief seems to have glossed over a bunch of flaws in Cordray’s record that directly contradict Obama’s portrayal of him. In yesterday’s speech, Obama characterized Republicans as “try to pit one...

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    Uh-oh: Richard Cordray might just have a big, fat #metoo problem

    by  • September 9, 2018

    Just over a week ahead of Ohio’s first gubernatorial debate, TBP Muckraker has learned that Richard Cordray may have an additional scandal lurking in his background that Ohio media and even the DeWine campaign are unaware of. During Cordray’s tenure as chief of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the agency allegedly developed a...

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    Capri Cafaro Says Richard Cordray “Not Particularly Well Liked”

    by  • May 11, 2018

    Capri Cafaro gave Richard Cordray a swift kick to help him begin his gubernatorial general election campaign against Mike DeWine. The former Minority Leader of the Ohio Senate candidly announced in an interview that Cordray is “not particularly well liked.” The Mahoning County Democrat was on “The Bill Press Show” to discuss the race when she...

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    Here’s Why You Should Vote For Lucy Stickan For SCC District 24

    by  • May 6, 2018

    It’s rare to find a new candidate who earns support from both party leaders and grassroots leaders during a primary. That is a big gap to bridge during a contentious primary. Those of us who know Lucy Stickan understand why she has accomplished this during her short candidacy. Stickan is running for State Central...

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    RPCC Chair Rob Frost Skewered In New Ad

    by  • April 24, 2018

    The State Central Committee races are underway. These races are always important, but there is added meaning this year as Republican Party of Cuyahoga County Chair Rob Frost recruited candidates across the state in a bid to take control of the Ohio Republican Party. A brutal new ad was just released that looks to...

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    President Trump Came To Cleveland, So Where Was Rob Frost?

    by  • March 29, 2018

    Air Force One

    When Air Force One touched down in Cleveland today, there was someone noticeably absent – Rob Frost. It was quite telling that when President Trump descended from the airplane, he was greeted by Congressmen Renacci and Gibbs, Ohio Republican Party Chairman Jane Timken, and Summit County GOP Chairman Bryan Williams. Even though Trump was...

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    Nick Mascari: A Life Well Lived And A Legacy To Remember

    by  • January 5, 2018

    “How lucky I am to have known somebody and something that saying goodbye to is so damn awful.” – Evan Valens The best friendships leave a lasting impression on your heart. They also make saying goodbye excruciating. That is what so many of us are feeling as we say goodbye to Nick Mascari for...

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