Christian NASCAR driver gets new sponsor after being dropped following ESPN ad ban
Our take: Should a network refuse to air a non-partisan commercial based on the personal religious affiliation of one of the commercials sponsors? A NASCAR driver claims his commerical encouraging people to vote, was bounced because he is a christian.
Last month, The Blaze reported about NASCAR driver Blake Koch and his campaign aimed at educating fans on the importance of voting in U.S. elections. As they highlighted, Koch alleged that ESPN refused to air his purely non-partisan and non-religious commercial based purely on religious content present on his personal web site.
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