Tom Cotton Net Worth, Biography, Age, Height, weight, and many more details can be checked on this page. Tom Cotton is an American politician, attorney, and former military officer who has a net worth of around $4 million in 2023.
Tom Cotton Net Worth
|Net Worth||$4 Million|
|Liabilities & Loans||$210,000|
Tom Cotton Salary
As the Senator of the United States, Tom Cottonis eligible for an annual salary of $185,000. In addition to this salary, Tom Cotton is also entitled to travel allowance other perquisites. As part of employment, Tom Cotton will also be provided with two security personnel guarding him at all times. The salary and all these other allowances were added while computing Tom Cotton’s Net Worth.
Tom Cotton’s Assets & Investments
Tom Cottonowns over 4 real estate properties, and 3 Cars. Tom Cotton’s Assets also include Cash reserves of over $500,000. Tom Cotton also owns an investment portfolio of 6 stocks that are valued at $1 Million.
Tom Cotton’s Cars
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- Lincoln Aviator
- Ford F150
Tom Cotton’s Childhood and Education
Thomas Bryant Cotton was born on May 13, 1977, in Dardanelle, Arkansas. His father, Thomas Leonard “Len” Cotton, was a district supervisor in the Arkansas Department of Health. He attended Dardanelle High School, where he played on the local and regional basketball teams; standing 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) tall, he was usually required to play center.
Cotton was accepted to Harvard College after graduating from high school in 1995. At Harvard, he majored in government and was a member of the editorial board of The Harvard Crimson, often dissenting from the liberal majority.
After graduating from Harvard College in 1998, Cotton was accepted into a master’s program at Claremont Graduate University. He left in 1999, saying that he found academic life “too sedentary”, and instead enrolled at Harvard Law School.
Tom Cotton in Military
On January 11, 2005, Cotton enlisted in the United States Army. He entered Officer Candidate School (OCS) in March 2005 and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in June. He completed the U.S. Army Ranger Course.
In May 2006, Cotton was deployed to Baghdad as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) as a platoon leader with the 101st Airborne Division. In Iraq, he led a 41-man air assault infantry platoon in the 506th Infantry Regiment, and planned and performed daily combat patrols.
Tom Cotton’s Political Career
As a freshman, Cotton became a vocal opponent of the Obama administration’s foreign and domestic policies. He voted for an act to eliminate the 2013 statutory pay adjustment for federal employees, which prevented a 0.5% pay increase for all federal workers from taking effect in February 2013.
Cotton voted against the 2013 Farm Bill over concerns about waste and fraud in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, voting later that month to strip funding from that program
Cotton accused Obama of presenting a “false choice” between the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and war. Cotton was also criticized in some media outlets for underestimating what successful military action against Iran would entail.
On July 21, 2015, Cotton and Mike Pompeo claimed to have uncovered the existence of secret side agreements between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on procedures for inspection and verification of Iran’s nuclear activities under the JCPOA.
Following the murder of George Floyd, Cotton rejected the view that there is “systemic racism in the criminal justice system in America”. Amid the ensuing protests, Cotton advocated on Twitter that the military be used to support police, and to give “No quarter for insurrectionists, anarchists, rioters, and looters.”
A few days later, The New York Times published an opinion piece by Cotton titled “Send in the Troops”, arguing for the deployment of federal troops to counter looting and rioting in major American cities.