FILE - In this Tuesday, May 22, 2012 file photo, Tom Cotton is interviewed before his election night watch party in Hot Springs, Ark. Cotton, the Republican nominee in Arkansas' 4th Congressional District race, compared his decision to run with his decision to join the Army in 2005. "At that time, it was an attack from a foreign enemy, and we were in an active war. And now we're in a debt crisis that threatens our future prosperity and, therefore, ultimately freedom," says Cotton, 35, who declined a commission as a legal officer to go into the infantry. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)

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FILE - In this Tuesday, May 22, 2012 file photo, Tom Cotton is interviewed before his election night watch party in Hot Springs, Ark. Cotton, the Republican nominee in Arkansas' 4th Congressional District race, compared his decision to run with his decision to join the Army in 2005. "At that time, it was an attack from a foreign enemy, and we were in an active war. And now we're in a debt crisis that threatens our future prosperity and, therefore, ultimately freedom," says Cotton, 35, who declined a commission as a legal officer to go into the infantry. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)
FILE - In this Tuesday, May 22, 2012 file photo, Tom Cotton is interviewed before his election night watch party in Hot Springs, Ark. Cotton, the Republican nominee in Arkansas' 4th Congressional District race, compared his decision to run with his decision to join the Army in 2005. "At that time, it was an attack from a foreign enemy, and we were in an active war. And now we're in a debt crisis that threatens our future prosperity and, therefore, ultimately freedom," says Cotton, 35, who declined a commission as a legal officer to go into the infantry. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)
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