Blacks are encouraged to vote for Cordray
With the fate of his friend Richard Cordray at stake, civil-rights leader Wade Henderson was firm with the audience.
"If you don't vote, you don't count," he said. "You can't leave it on the table. The African-American community needs to stand up and be counted."
Offered the last word, the Democrat running for Ohio governor had only one. "Amen," Cordray said.
As he seeks to become only the second Democrat elected state CEO during the past 28 years, Cordray needs a high turnout ...