U.S. Senator Tom Cotton: An American Hero
Posted April 23, 2015
U.S. Senator Tom Cotton's letter (signed by 46 other U.S.
Senators) to Iran's leaders shows the Senator's courage and
leadership. He is not afraid to stand up for America's interests
and he doesn't back down when he has truth on his side.
Conservative Victory Fund endorsed and helped Tom Cotton in the
primary when he first ran for the U.S. House of Representatives.
CVF also endorsed and helped Tom Cotton when he ran for the U.S.
Senate. The reasons are simple: he is and will be even more of a
conservative leader who has the courage of his convictions.
When CVF endorsed Cotton in the primary for the U.S. House, we
noted "Tom Cotton is a decorated combat veteran of both Iraq and
Afghanistan, having earned a Bronze Star. Tom has proven his
dedication to protecting American ideals." He has certainly lived
up to protecting American ideals. Tom Cotton won that primary by a
margin over 20%. He then went on to decimate his Democratic
As a young Congressman, he quickly made a name for himself by
voting again and again to limit the size of government, rid it of
wasteful spending, and to get rid of Obamacare.
He then chose to take on a liberal incumbent U.S. Senator in the
2014 senate election. CVF decided to strongly support Congressman
Cotton again. With your help, we were able to help ensure that a
conservative was elected to the U.S. Senate from Arkansas
Senator Tom Cotton represents both the people of Arkansas and
conservatives from throughout the country well in the U.S. Senate.
We are proud to have helped in his campaigns for the U.S. House and
the U.S. Senate. Tom Cotton, a young man still in his 30s, is a
leader for now and the future.
2016: A Democrat Blowout? Maybe Not.
Posted April 02, 2015
With the 2016 elections approaching, prognosticators have been
quick to point out the difficulties Republicans will have in
maintaining the Senate. It is easy to argue that there are 24
Senate Republicans up and only 10 Democrats. And of those 24
Republican seats, Obama carried seven of the states Republican
Senators represent twice. With a Republican majority of 54 seats
this could be a problem.
However, Democrat Senators are retiring. While only one Republican
has announced his retirement -- Coats from Indiana -- three
Democrats have: Boxer of California, Mikulski of Maryland, and Reid
of Nevada. And one wonders if any of these Democrats would be
retiring if they believed Democrats would once again be in the
majority after the 2016 election.
All three states could be in play in 2016. In Nevada's 2010 race,
Reid won by less that 6% against a weak candidate. And in 2012,
Republican Dean Heller won a Senate seat even though Obama carried
the state. A conservative candidate can win in Nevada.
Even in heavily blue Maryland, where a Republican hasn't been
elected to the U.S. Senate since 1980, the election of Larry Hogan
as governor signals a possible shift of the liberal leanings of
that state. Hogan won what can be considered the upset of the cycle
by beating the liberal Democrat Lieutenant Governor by almost 5% of
the vote. And yes, even in California, which hasn't voted to elect
or reelect a Republican Senator since 1988, there is a chance for
Republicans with a strong candidate.
It is too early to tell which way the tide will flow in 2016. One
thing is certain, Republicans will have a much better chance to
maintain the Senate than the mainstream media will have you