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Latest Tom Cotton Items
Rep. Tom Cotton is countering Sen. Mark Pryor's attempts to paint him as an opponent of disaster relief, accusing the Democratic lawmaker of using the tornado that ripped through central Arkansas this year for political gain.
Delayed treatments and other widespread problems in the Department of Veterans Affairs inject a new issue into the increasingly expensive race between Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor and Republican Rep. Tom Cotton, even despite the VA secretary's resignation.
Stumping in Arkansas on behalf of fellow Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker on Saturday accused Pryor's Republican rival of going against a bipartisan tradition by opposing disaster aid for the states hit by Superstorm Sandy.
Republican Senate hopeful Tom Cotton's campaign says he's hosting a free concert featuring country music star Jo Dee Messina in downtown El Dorado next week.
Democratic candidates are hanging tough in three of this year's hottest Senate races, particularly in Arkansas, despite an aggressive GOP effort to retake the upper chamber, said a NBC-Marist poll released Monday.
Rep. Tom Cotton has a reminder for Democrats who criticize the GOP for Benghazi-related fundraising . The Arkansas Republican recalls that Democrats did the same, and much more. “
The two Republicans running for a south Arkansas congressional seat are campaigning on a promise to repeal the federal health care overhaul if elected, but have tangled over who has the best credentials to fight a law they both deride as "Obamacare."
The attack line from Arkansas Democrats is simple: If Rep. Tom Cotton had his way, at least 155,000 of the state's poorest residents would lose the health care coverage they just received under a bipartisan plan that other states have imitated.
Rep. Tom Cotton is using Sen. Mark Pryor's own words against him, ratcheting up the pressure on the two-term incumbent who is seen as one of the most vulnerable Democrats in the 2014 midterm elections.