Tea Party Express Endorses Tom Cotton in Arkansas

Sacramento, CA – Tea Party Express, the nation’s largest tea party political action committee, is proudly endorsing Tom Cotton’s candidacy for U.S. Congress in Arkansas’ Fourth Congressional District. The organization will also be holding a rally in Hot Springs later this morning with Tom.

Tuesday, May 8th at 9:30 AM
Rally Location:
Embassy Suites Parking Lot
400 Convention Boulevard
Hot Springs, AR 71901

Tea Party Express Chairman Amy Kremer said, “Tom Cotton is exactly the kind of conservative we need in Washington D.C. The historic Tea Party victories in 2010 were only as start, and we are proud to announce this endorsement for the U.S. House of Representatives.

“Tom Cotton has shown extraordinary commitment to serve and defend the constitution through his service to our country in the Army. He is a true leader in every sense of the word and has never turned away from a challenge, unlike many of the politicians in D.C.

“As a Harvard Law grad, a management consultant, and a farmer, Tom will bring a dynamic wealth of knowledge and experience to Washington, D.C. He understands what it takes to create jobs, unlike the current politicians that are driving this anemic recovery. We need bold leadership and free market solutions that will give job creators the confidence they need to invest and allow our economy to grow.

“Finally, we need someone willing to stand up and fight for the voice of the people – someone willing to repeal Obamacare, stop the spending, and reduce the size and intrusiveness of the federal government. We are excited to have such a strong candidate for this open seat and look forward to helping Tom win in November,” Kremer concluded.

This is the organizations first endorsement for the House of Representatives. The Tea Party Express has already endorsed six U.S. Senate candidates, which include: Attorney General Jon Bruning in Nebraska, State Treasurer Richard Mourdock in Indiana, former Solicitor General Ted Cruz in Texas, State Treasurer Josh Mandel in Ohio, former State Treasurer Sarah Steelman in Missouri, and businessman Tom Smith in Pennsylvania.