TBA and ABA launch voter education ads in South Texas


The Texas Bankers Association and the American Bankers Association launched a new radio ad in South Texas highlighting Rep. Monica De La Cruz’s (R-Texas) efforts to defend small businesses from intrusive government reporting requirements and encouraging her to keep supporting policies that help small businesses.

“Small businesses are the engine of the RGV’s economy and Congresswoman Monica De La Cruz is a fighter for them,” said Texas Bankers Association President and CEO Chris Furlow. “We are proud to join ABA in thanking Congresswoman De La Cruz for her leadership and asking that she continue her work supporting jobs and opportunity in South Texas.”

“All too often, federal regulators propose new rules without considering the harmful impact they have on hardworking American families and entrepreneurs,” said ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols.

“Congresswoman Monica De La Cruz is fighting back on behalf of small businesses and communities across the country to ensure that they can continue to succeed.”
Congresswoman De La Cruz serves on the U.S. House Financial Services Committee and on the House Agriculture Committee. She is a co-sponsor of the ACRE Act and has been a vocal opponent of CFPB’s over-reaching Sec. 1071 small business reporting rule.

Click here to listen to the radio ad.