Every four years, presidential candidates will travel across the countries to big cities and small towns to earn votes. But no candidate wants to see their hopes end in Norton, Ks.
The town houses less than 3,000 people in the northwest part of the Sunflower State. It’s home to the First State Bank, chartered in 1902. Besides serving the community’s banking needs, the century-old business houses a very unique museum of sorts.
Watch Andrew McCrea tour the They Also Ran Museum on U.S. Farm Report above.