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Rich Cordray Cincinnati Enquirer Released 9:15 a.m. ET Oct. 7, 2018 | Mike DeWine(left )and Richard Cordray( Picture: AP File pictures)CLEVELAND– Ohio guv hopefuls Republican Mike DeWine and Democrat Rich Cordray will debate for a 3rd and last time Monday night.The hour-long debate begins at 7 p.m. at Cleveland State University’s

Glasscock Family Foundation Ballroom. The debate ishosted by the Ohio Debate Commission, a brand-new union of media companies, civic groups and universities formed to organize debates. The Enquirer is a member of the commission.The argument will be streamed live here, aired on 91.7 WVXU and broadcast on various TELEVISION stations throughout the state.Monday’s dispute will be moderated by Karen Kasler, Statehouse Bureau Chief of Ohio Public Radio and Tv. The Enquirer’s Columbus Bureau Chief Jackie Borchardt and Jerry Revish, nighttime news anchor for WBNS-TV in Columbus, will be the panelists for the debate.Recent polls have suggested a dead heat between DeWine and Cordray.< a href= data-track-label =inline|intext|n/a > DeWine is the present Ohio attorney general of the United States and a former U.S. senator. Cordray was the director of the Consumer Financial Security Bureau till in 2015 and formerly acted as state lawyer general.The 2 disputed in Marietta last week and in Dayton last month. Small celebration prospects Constance Gadall-Newton of the Green Celebration and Travis Irvine of the Libertarian Party were not included in the series of arguments. Read or Share this story: From The U.S.A. TODAY NETWORK These sites are part of the U.S.A. TODAY NETWORK. Their content is produced independently from our newsrooms. Thank you! You’re nearly registered

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