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ABA Partners with KBA on New Ads Recognizing Rep. Marshall’s Support of Small Businesses and Farmers

WASHINGTON —

The American Bankers Association, in partnership with the Kansas Bankers Association, today released new television and radio ads recognizing Rep. Roger “Doc” Marshall (R-Kansas) for his work in Congress to protect Kansas jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic. The ads urge Kansans to let Rep. Marshall know they appreciate his efforts on behalf of small businesses and farmers.

“We are proud to partner with the Kansas Bankers Association to highlight Doc Marshall’s support of policies that helped save jobs in Kansas and across the country,” said ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols. “He is a hard-working legislator with a record of supporting policies that promote economic growth.”

“We are pleased to join ABA in shining a spotlight on Doc Marshall’s efforts to help farmers and small businesses in our Kansas communities,” said KBA president and CEO Doug Wareham. “Doc Marshall has a firm understanding of the vital role that banks have played in protecting jobs and driving our state’s economy forward.”

The Kansas ads, which will begin airing as soon as today, are part of ABA's voter education efforts. Watch and listen to the ads here.

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