Bill O'Neill says he'll likely drop out of OH gubernatorial race

Bill O'Neill says he'll likely drop out of OH gubernatorial race

Bill O'Neill says he'll likely drop out of OH gubernatorial race

O'Neill's Facebook post sparked some confusion among his social media followers, many them admitting they initially thought the Supreme Court justice had been hacked.

"I am sooooo disappointed by this national feeding frenzy about sexual indiscretions decades ago", the justice wrote in his post. Richard Cordray, the former OH treasurer who is now director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, has announced he will step down, fueling speculation he may run for governor. "No words can convey my shock.This gross disrespect for women shakes the public's confidence in the integrity of the judiciary".

Only a few hours after the post, O'Neill's campaign spokesman said he had resigned over his boss's comments. In contrast, the OH supreme court's chief justice condemned her colleague for expressing "gross disrespect for women", and his opponents have called for his resignation. "Justice O'Neill should resign".

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The calls for him to resign from the court, where he has served since 2013, were already loud before Friday's post, as many took issue with O'Neill hearing court cases while also taking the public stances necessary to run for the Democratic nomination for governor. "The media is about to determine the election of a United States Senate campaign". He said when he announced his run in October that to abide by those rules, he said he will not raise contributions and would resign as justice when he officially files his petitions to run.

O'Neill said such scrutiny could force good people from office.

O'Neill could not immediately be reached for comment Friday by The Post.

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"Roy Moore apparently seems to be a challenged individual when it comes to morality", O'Neill told the OH news site. "I intend to exercise them through the end of my term".

Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor, the first woman to hold that position, also condemned the post.

"Roy Moore apparently seems to be a challenged individual when it comes to morality", O'Neill said, reports Cleveland.com. Tweeden's revelation was made shortly after an explosive congressional hearing on sexual harassment, which female lawmakers said is a pervasive problem on Capitol Hill.

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O'Neill is expected to drop out of the governor's race. "I figured I'd make it easy for my enemies just to say, I am not a ideal person, and I would suggest that neither are you". "I think that's very, very, clear".

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