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Latest Tom Cotton Items
Rep. Tom Cotton, Arkansas Republican, denied having any “sense of entitlement” from serving in the military, which Sen. Mark Pryor, Arkansas Republican, accused him of last week.
Monday marked the end of the one-week filing period for state and federal office in Arkansas. Here are candidates who filed for statewide and congressional office by Monday's deadline. Candidates with an (i) next to their names are incumbents.
In elections that begin next week, voters in 10 states will be required to present photo identification before casting ballots - the first major test of voter ID laws after years of legal challenges arguing that the measures are designed to suppress voting.
Bill Clinton, popular in territory unfriendly to President Barack Obama, is reprising his role as a super-surrogate for Democrats battling to keep their Senate majority and win other races. In the long run, Clinton could pick up political chits for his wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton, should she run for president in 2016.
Democratic senators facing tough re-election campaigns this year have a significant cash advantage over their potential challengers, according to the latest finance reports — though in some of those races, the GOP candidates are at least making up ground.
Sen. Mark Pryor, who faces a tough re-election fight this fall, opposes President Obama's push for a minimum wage hike.
Sen. Mark Pryor released a pair of television ads Wednesday knocking his Republican challenger, Rep. Tom Cotton, for supporting a "reckless agenda" on Capitol Hill.
U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor is criticizing challenger U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton for voting against the $100 billion-a-year farm bill.
Republican Senate hopeful and U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton was the only member of Arkansas' House delegation to vote against a nearly $100 billion-a-year farm bill on Wednesday, prompting Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor to criticize his challenger as not representing the state's interests.