In Ohio, Cordray faces Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine in the race to replace Republican Governor John Kasich, who can not run again because of term limits. "If you don't like what's going on right now you can't just complain...you can't just boo, you've got to vote", Obama said.
"If you thought elections don't matter I hope these last two years have corrected that impression", said Obama, who hit the trail with a host of Democratic candidates for the U.S. House in southern California last weekend.
Also appearing with Obama at the rally Thursday in Cleveland will be U.S. Sen.
"On November 6th, we have a chance to restore some sanity to our politics", Obama said.
The 2016 campaign is over, but Obama "continues to dismiss the millions of voters across OH who rejected a continuation of his policies in favor of President Trump's plan for historic tax cuts, new jobs and soaring economic growth", Republican National Committee spokeswoman Mandi Merritt said in a statement.
Republican Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) is term-limited, and Democrats hope to seize back control of the office for their party, which is out of power at every level of OH government. "Thank you, President Obama", Cordray wrote on Twitter. Sherrod Brown, who faces a challenge from Republican Jim Renacci (reh-NAY'-see), a congressman from Wadsworth. "He just did it", Obama said.
Maurizio Sarri opens the door for John Terry to return to Chelsea
Like Sarri said, Chelsea is Terry's "home" and he is destined to coach the side one day. "It's what I really want to do". "We play against a very physical team, so I think if we want to gain points we need a very good performance tomorrow".
"Cordray will destroy your state", Trump said during the August 24 Ohio Republican Party state dinner in Columbus. "Richard Cordray, Obama's former regulator-in-chief, would just be more of the same of the outdated Obama-era policies that hurt OH families".
GMMB was the lead ad agency for Obama's successful presidential bids.
Obama acknowledged the mistake after, saying, "I understand I said there were 57 states today".
Key to statewide victory in 2018 will be boosting turnout in northeast OH and the Cleveland area, Democratic strongholds with a large African-American population that helped carry Obama to victory in the state.
"By the time I left office, wages were rising, and poverty and uninsured rates were falling", Obama said.
During his speech in Cleveland, Obama lauded Cordray's work at the CFPB, including enforcement actions against banks and other institutions that he said had secured $12 billion in recoveries for consumers. "We can flip the balance of power back to the American people".