Fighting For Arkansas

Tom Cotton is fighting for Arkansas and delivering results for hard-working Arkansans.

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A Lifetime of Service and Results

Tom Cotton represents Arkansas in the United State Senate. Tom is a 6th generation Arkansan born and raised on his family's cattle farm in Yell County.

 

After law school, Tom joined the infantry where he completed combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. He served as an officer in the Old Guard at Arlington Cemetery, the unit responsible for military funerals. Tom was awarded the Bronze Star Medal, the Combat Infantry Badge, and the Ranger Tab during his service.

 

In the Senate, Tom serves on the Armed Services, Banking, Intelligence, and Joint Economic Committees. Senator Cotton has been a leader fighting for a strong military and giving our troops the tools they deserve, reducing the cost of prescription drugs, and securing the border.

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Tom Cottton for U.S. Senate

Arkansas Born and Raised

6th generation Arkansan who was born and raised on his family’s cattle farm in Yell County.

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Husband and Father

Tom is married to his wife Anna and has two children.

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Army Veteran

Tom completed combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, where he served with the 101st Airborne and a Provincial Reconstruction Team. Later he served with the Old Guard at Arlington National Cemetery.

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Your United States Senator

Tom was elected to the United States Senate in 2014 and previously represented Arkansas's fourth congressional district.

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Tom's been busy.

Tom has been fighting for Arkansas. Here are a few things he's most proud of.

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Getting rid of the Obamacare mandate.

The Obamacare mandate was a tax on more than 60,000 Arkansas households that couldn't afford health insurance. Senator Cotton fought and succeeded in getting the tax repealed as part of the 2017 tax cut.

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Securing funding for our military and veterans.

Senator Cotton is fighting to rebuild our military and ensure that our brave soldiers at the Pine Bluff Arsenal, Fort Chaffee, and Little Rock Air Force Base have the resources they need to keep us safe.

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Fighting for lower prescription drug prices for Arkansas seniors.

Tom is working across the aisle to stand up to big pharmaceutical companies that are driving up the cost of drugs for Arkansas seniors. He's worked with the Trump administration to get more generic drugs on the market.

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Standing up for victims of the opioid crisis.

Tom's a leader in cracking down on illegal drugs, working with Arkansas law enforcement and President Trump to increase the penalties for trafficking fentanyl and opioids. A national group of drug-enforcement officers named Senator Cotton their Member of the Year for leading the fight against illegal drugs.

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Tom Cotton Grills Facebook on Financial Blacklisting, ‘Libra’ Currency

Tom Cotton Grills Facebook on Financial Blacklisting, ‘Libra’ Currency

by Lucas Nolan | 16 Jul 2019 During a recent hearing before the Senate Banking Committee, Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) grilled a representative from Facebook about online censorship, financial blacklisting, and its Libra currency. He questioned what the progressive tech giant would do when a consumer wished to use Libra to subscribe to Breitbart News […]

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Senator Cotton honors life of River ‘Oakley’ Nimmo on senate floor

Senator Cotton honors life of River ‘Oakley’ Nimmo on senate floor

Nimmo was a 5-year-old boy from Camden who fought bravely against cancer. by THV11 Digital | July 9, 2019 Senator Tom Cotton commemorated the life of River “Oakley” Nimmo on Tuesday, July 9. Nimmo was a 5-year-old boy who fought bravely against cancer. Last month, the National Guard gathered at his funeral service to promote […]

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