Democrat Nan Whaley drops out of the governor's race, endorses Richard Cordray

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Mayor Nan Whaley Nan Whaley for Ohio campaign

Richard Cordray continues to consolidate support for his run for OH governor, as another former Democratic rival drops out of the race and backs his campaign.

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Earlier this week, former U.S. Rep. Betty Sutton left the race to become Cordray's running mate for lieutenant governor.

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But as the Democratic field grew, Whaley's chances at taking the nomination narrowed, especially once Cordray, former director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, entered the race. Former U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich (koo-SIH'-nich) is expected to launch a campaign next week. Former state lawmaker Connie Pillich, retiring Ohio Supreme Court Justice William O'Neill and state Sen.

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Schiavoni said in a statement after years of failure by Democrats to take the governor's spot, Whaley's decision was a mistake. "That's why it's extremely disappointing to see her endorse the "anointed" ticket".

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