Delivering for Ohio Families

Too many Ohioans are being ignored and left behind. That must change, and we need to work together to do it.

Cordray's Proven Record

At the Consumer Protection Bureau, Rich took on predatory for-profit colleges and held them accountable for misleading students and providing them with a poor education a a mountain of debt.
Recovered $2.5 million for 13 state universities in Ohio
Cordray served as the first-ever director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a position he was appointed to by President Obama, where he led an agency that was launched in the aftermath of the nation’s financial crisis, dedicated to defending families against Wall Street and corporate abuse.
Fought Wall Street fraud and financial predators on behalf of Ohio teachers

The CFPB brought actions against some of the nation’s largest financial institutions – forcing them to pay nearly $12 billion to over 30 million Americans who were cheated or mistreated.

Forced financial institutions to pay nearly $12 billion to over 30 million Americans
Proud to have the endorsement of @PPAOhio and proud to be running with @BettySutton who has worked hard to push for and defend women's reproductive rights. https://t.co/VSQSnqX5jC
12:04pm · 10 May 2018

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