Friday, October 24, 2014

Cotton Releases 14-Minute Biographical Film Highlighting Yell County Roots

New documentary gives voters a behind-the-scenes look at Cotton's small-town roots, Army service, and ideas for America
Little Rock, Arkansas —  U.S. Senate candidate Tom Cotton announced on Friday he has purchased additional television airtime in 30-minute blocks to air a long-form positive documentary highlighting his Yell County roots, military service, and positive ideas for America. 
The video, titled "Dardanelle Boys Always Come Home," can be viewed here. 
The long-form video is 14-minutes in length and will play twice during each 30-minute block of purchased television time. The ad will run on broadcast television stations in the Little Rock, Fort Smith, and Jonesboro markets between now and Election Day. A shorter version will play in Arkansas movie theaters durinng the final weekend of the campaign.
Viewers will learn more about Cotton's upbringing in the Arkansas River Valley town of 4,200, his decision to leave his law practice and join the Army, and his devotion to his family and hometown. The film features members of the Dardanelle community, including Cotton's parents Avis and Len Cotton. 
"As voters tire of a campaign that has dragged on for over twelve months, this video offers a welcome respite from the deluge of negative ads from outside groups and Hail Mary desperation from Mark Pryor," said Cotton campaign manager Justin Brasell. "This is a very positive look at who Tom Cotton is, where he comes from, and his vision for how we can get our country back on the right track." 

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