A top opponent of Republican Roger Marshall is ending its independent expenditure campaign against the congressman, giving him a significant boost in the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate in Kansas.
Club for Growth's decision to suspend its campaign against Marshall removes a major stumbling block to the congressman's drive for the party nomination in an 11-person field that includes former Secretary of State Kris Kobach, businessman Bob Hamilton and former Johnson County Commissioner David Lindstrom.
“We continue to believe Rep. Marshall is not a strong pro-growth candidate," said David McIntosh, Club for Growth president . . .