The country's largest teachers union on Thursday launched a campaign assault on Congressman Roger Marshall, criticizing the U.S. Senate hopeful for opposing money for COVID-19 medical supplies as well as money for the U.S. Postal Service.
The National Education Association is spending at least $712,000 in network and cable television broadcasting that started Thursday and will run through Sept. 3, according to Medium Buying, a Columbus, Ohio, firm that tracks political ads.
The ads are running in the Kansas City, Topeka and Wichita markets. One ad pairs Marshall with . . .