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Richard Cordray

  1. 2018 midterms
    Heartland Heartburn Grows for Republicans in Gubernatorial RacesThe very region that did so much to make Trump president is moving away from his party in the midterms.
  2. Democrats Hope for Big Gubernatorial Gains This NovemberWith the gubernatorial landscape being the mirror image of the Senate’s pro-GOP tilt, Democrats should gain, but state politics can be complicated.
  3. Favorites Win Nearly Everywhere on First Big Primary Night of 2018With the exception of a GOP House member losing in North Carolina, upsets were few and far between in a four-state primary night.
  4. What to Watch on 2018’s First Super Tuesday of PrimariesWild who’s-the-Trumpiest GOP Senate races in Indiana and West Virginia and a Democratic gubernatorial fight in Ohio are the big events.
  5. Berniecrats Endorse Kucinich, Bernie Keeps His DistanceIf Sanders’s supporters go one way and he goes another in a key 2018 race, what does that say about 2020?
  6. The Eternal Recurrence of Dennis Kucinich, Candidate for OfficeYes, he’s back. In this incarnation he’s a Fox Democrat running for governor of Ohio.
  7. Nobody Knows Who the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s New Boss IsA consumer advocate or the opposite of one?
  8. Trump Won’t Be Able to Defang the CFPB Without a FightThe president’s plan to put Mick Mulvaney in charge of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau — without Senate confirmation — might be illegal.
  9. Mick Mulvaney to Run Consumer Watchdog Agency He HatesTrump’s budget director once called the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau a “sick, sad joke.” Now, he’s the CFPB’s interim leader.
  10. Our Government’s Last Powerful Progressive Regulator Just ResignedRichard Cordray is out at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Now, he might be in the race for governor of Ohio.
  11. The GOP Wants to Drain the Swamp of Wall Street’s Enemies by Any Means NecessaryRichard Cordray can’t be fired without cause from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau until 2018. But the GOP is determined to find a cause.
  12. Senate Democrats Threaten Nuclear Option and WinRepublicans have to let executive branch hostages go.
  13. barack obama
    Obama Appoints Richard Cordray During RecessIt’s all, ’Can’t touch this, GOP!’
  14. tarpies
    Obama Appoints Richard Cordray to Consumer Financial Protection BureauMeanwhile, Elizabeth Warren is going to need to make some new plans.