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“Rather than leveling with Arkansans about Congressman Cotton’s irresponsible votes in lockstep with his out-of-state billionaire backers, Cotton’s campaign is instead admitting that the Harvard-educated congressman thinks he knows better than Arkansans,” Pryor spokesman Erik Dorey said. “Congressman Cotton’s arrogant and dismissive attitude toward Arkansans is exactly what you’d expect from an ambitious young politician, but folks here don’t need anybody else looking down on our hardworking families, and they certainly don’t appreciate his votes against Arkansas women, seniors and students hoping for the same opportunity he had himself.”
Examples abound of Cotton thinking he knows better than Arkansans. Cotton was the only member of the Arkansas congressional delegation to vote for the Republican Study Committee Budget, which would cut immediately Medicare and Social Security benefits for seniors, while raising the age to 70 for both programs.
Cotton was also the only member of the Arkansas’ congressional delegation, Democrat or Republican, to vote against the Violence Against Women Act at every opportunity, sending a strong message to women of the state that Cotton isn’t interested in strengthening protections for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.
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