Former President Barack Obama campaigned for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Richard Cordray.
Cordray served in the Obama administration as the president of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
He also criticized Republican leaders for taking credit for the country's current economic boom.
"The Republicans won the House, they won the Senate. They're still mad," he said. "Which is interesting. So just remember when you hear about these folks bragging about this economic period, just remember when it started."
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we talk about the party leaders passing through, the governor's race, and more.
Andy Chow, reporter, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau
Laura Bischoff, correspondent, Dayton Daily News
Jessie Balmert, state government reporter, Cincinnati Enquirer