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ABA Partners with California Bankers Association to Release Ad Supporting Rep. Jeff Denham

Jeff Denham believes in pro-growth policies and commonsense rules that allow banks to better serve their customers.

WASHINGTON —
The American Bankers Association, in partnership with the California Bankers Association, is releasing a new digital ad supporting Rep. Jeff Denham (R-Calif.) and his run for a fifth term in California’s 10th Congressional District.
 
“Jeff Denham believes in pro-growth policies and commonsense rules that allow banks to better serve their customers,” said ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols. “Having served 16 years in the military and seven more in Congress, Denham has proven to be a true public servant, and we are pleased to stand alongside California bankers in supporting his re-election.”
 
The spot features Rep. Denham and references some of the issues he has focused on while in Congress, including support for California farmers, small businesses and veterans.
 
ABA is stepping up its political engagement in the lead up to the November elections, and will continue to support both Republican and Democratic candidates who have demonstrated a commitment to policies that help America’s banks better serve their communities.
 
“Not only has Jeff supported policies that help grow the economy, but he is able to work across the aisle to get things done,” said California Bankers Association President and Chief Executive Officer Simone Lagomarsino. “He is a strong advocate for California businesses and communities, and we are proud to partner with ABA to support his re-election.”
 
The ad will begin appearing in California as soon as today.  Click here to see the ad in full

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