Cordray and Sutton Roll Out “Better Skills, Better Jobs” Plan to Give All Ohioans the Skills They Need to Get Good-Paying Jobs
Cordray: “Businesses have been quite clear that they will only locate where they can find talented and skilled employees and we want that to be right here in Ohio.” Sutton: “For decades, we’ve seen the focus on workforce development really just be about incentives to out-of-state employers trying to lure them in…Rich and I believe…
Cordray Lays Out Policies to Help Children
Richard Cordray is laying out how he plans to help children and parents if elected governor. The Democratic gubernatorial nominee says there’s at least one distinct difference between his plan and that of his Republican opponent Mike DeWine, which he laid out last week. Cordray wants to increase access to state intervention services, helping parents with young children. Among…
Cordray Statement on U.S. Supreme Court Decision in Ohio Voter Purge Case
COLUMBUS, OH – Rich Cordray today released the following statement after the U.S. Supreme Court announced its ruling to uphold Ohio’s voter roll purge. Since 2011, under Secretary of State Jon Husted and Attorney General Mike DeWine, Ohio has purged 2 million voters from the rolls. “The Supreme Court’s decision to continue to allow aggressive…
Democratic governor candidate Rich Cordray stops in Mansfield to discuss opioid epidemic
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Rich Cordray stopped in Mansfield on Monday to discuss the opioid epidemic with community leaders on the front lines of the crisis.
Republicans Want to Sideline This Regulator. But It May Be Too Popular.
With the election of President Trump, the nation’s consumer watchdog agency faced a quandary: how to shield the Obama-era institution from a Republican administration determined to loosen the federal government’s grip on business.
Ohio Attorney General Fights Wall Street
Ohio’s attorney general, Richard Cordray, might be seen as their pinstriped avenger, Michael Powell writes in The New York Times.
A Choir Boy Battles Wall Street
Richard Cordray lives in a 130-year-old brick farmhouse near Grove City, Ohio, just four miles from the modest home where he polished his jump shot growing up. He played varsity basketball for the local high school and was valedictorian. In 1987, Cordray won $45,303 on the game show Jeopardy!, retiring as a rare five-time champion.