National Democratic groups have identified the OH governor's race as one of their top target races for 2018, and have already spent millions on digital and TV ads. "I have prepared my whole life for this job, and when Jon Husted and I walk into the Governor's office on January 14th, we will be ready to go!"
Cordray is a former state treasurer, attorney general and served under President Barack Obama as the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
With support from conservative and Tea Party groups, Taylor pledges to support Republican President Donald Trump's agenda and to roll back Medicaid expansion.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) hand-picked Cordray, a former OH attorney general, to run the CFPB and raised money for his campaign. The feisty former nine-term U.S. Representative and Cleveland mayor energized voters with an anti-gun, pro-environment platform. He attacked Cordray as an "establishment Democrat" whose pragmatism equaled a willingness to compromise his principles to special interests. Kucinich said he'd return the money. 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.
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Pennsylvania holds its primary May 15.
Republicans hope to hold on to the seat held by Kasich, a two-term governor and 2016 presidential contender.
Taquia Jones, 40, a personal protection consultant from Columbus, was finding the choice between Kucinich and Cordray tough.
A state senator and a former Ohio Supreme Court justice also competed.