WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Republican Governors Association released a new television advertisement in the Ohio governor’s race today, highlighting Washington D.C. Bureaucrat Richard Cordray’s secret collection of financial information from millions of Americans that he then failed to protect from hacking.
“After collecting personal financial data from millions of American consumers without their knowledge, Richard Cordray failed to safeguard their information, leaving it vulnerable to be hacked over 200 times,” said RGA Communications Director Jon Thompson. “When Americans needed Cordray to protect them, he failed. Cordray’s record of incompetence as a Washington D.C. bureaucrat shows that Ohioans can’t trust him to lead.”
Watch the new RGA Ohio TV Ad here: youtu.be/AKhQE7tBB2c.
Richard Cordray ran a powerful Washington Bureaucracy that secretly collected personal information from hundreds of millions of accounts.
Your personal data, what you spend, Cordray secretly collected it, but didn’t protect it.
And left the personal information of millions vulnerable.
Hacked over 200 times.
Credit card fraud, identity theft, Cordray failed to keep us safe.
Richard Cordray, a collection we didn’t authorize, a charge we can’t afford.