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Third Ohio Gubernatorial Debate held in Cleveland

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Democrat Richard Cordray and Republican Mike DeWine took questions from a panel of media members; and heard questions from Ohioans that were sent into the Ohio Debate Commission. Democrat Richard Cordray and Republican Mike DeWine took questions from a panel of media members; and heard questions from Ohioans that were sent into the Ohio Debate Commission.
Cordray, who served as Ohio Treasurer and Attorney General, was most recently the Federal Consumer Watchdog appointed by Barack Obama. Cordray, who served as Ohio Treasurer and Attorney General, was most recently the Federal Consumer Watchdog appointed by Barack Obama.
DeWine, a former county prosecutor, has held many offices, including U.S. Senator, Ohio Lt. Governor, and Ohio Attorney General. DeWine, a former county prosecutor, has held many offices, including U.S. Senator, Ohio Lt. Governor, and Ohio Attorney General.

The third and final debate between Ohio's gubernatorial candidates held tonight in Cleveland.

Democrat Richard Cordray and Republican Mike DeWine took questions from a panel of media members; and heard questions from Ohioans that were sent into the Ohio Debate Commission. The candidates rehashed many of the same issues from the first two debates, including their disagreement over Ohio Issue 1, which Republican Mike DeWine opposes, but Richard Cordray supports. They also discussed their plans to help Ohioans with preexisting medical conditions and answered a question about Ohio's rainy day surplus including what should be done with the funds.

Cordray, who served as Ohio Treasurer and Attorney General, was most recently the Federal Consumer Watchdog appointed by Barack Obama. DeWine, a former county prosecutor, has held many offices, including U.S. Senator, Ohio Lt. Governor, and Ohio Attorney General.

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