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Rep. Cotton Campaign Hits Back at Fact-Checking Website

In an email to KARK, congressman's campaign manager sent documents he says proves the validity of the claims in Cotton's first ad, as well as a document he says provides background on the fact-checking website PolitiFact.com.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Rep. Tom Cotton's campaign team is hitting back after PolitiFact.com deemed his latest political TV ad "false."

In an email to KARK, your local election headquarters, the congressman's campaign manager sent cited documents he says proves the validity of the claims in Cotton's first ad, as well as a document he says provides background on the fact-checking website PolitiFact.com.

He also included the following statement:

"There's only one person in this race who could have stopped Obamacare from becoming law, and that's Mark Pryor.  Not only is he responsible for this job-killing law that is causing so many thousands of Americans to lose their current health coverage, experience dramatic increases in health insurance premiums or find that their hours are being cut back at work, but Mark Pryor also has consistently opposed efforts to ensure that Congress be required to live under the same rules."

Cotton's campaign team says not only will they not be pulling the ad, but they are considering running it for a longer period of time than initially planned.

To see the documents attached in the email, click on the links to the right.
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