Cotton’s Democratic challenger is a student of life, and he knows how to win.
He is the first child of a prominent South Dakota family that has a long tradition of producing a top-notch talent, the daughter of former Sen. John Hoeven.
Tom Cotton, a member of the House of Representatives, was the youngest son to then-Sen. Joe Hoevers, who died in 2008.
He was born to a prominent, wealthy family, with a strong educational background.
His father, Sen. Hoever, was a founding member of South Dakota’s chamber of commerce.
Tom Cotton was raised in South Dakota, which has one of the highest concentrations of white-collar professionals in the nation.
He has spent his life in Washington, and it has always been his dream to run for the U.S. Senate.
He has spent much of his adult life in Congress, including working for the Senate Democratic Caucus and serving as the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Cotton is a native of South Carolina and graduated from Columbia University.
He attended the University of South Florida and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Columbia.
The senator’s daughter, Bridget Cotton, is an accomplished musician and the daughter and son-in-law of the late Jimmie and Donna Cotton.
Bridget, who graduated from the University at Buffalo, was born in 2014.
Bridget Cotton was an intern for President Trump during his campaign.
She has been an active member of his inner circle and has made it clear that she wants to represent her father’s campaign in the Senate.
Tom has been a staunch supporter of Sen. Cotton’s candidacy and has repeatedly praised the senator during his run for Senate.