Tim earns the endorsement of the Hot Springs Village Voice.
Congressman Tim Griffin announced today he will not seek a third term in the U.S. House of Representatives in 2014.
Congressman Tim Griffin announced today that he raised over $200,000 during the 3rd Quarter of 2013. Griffin’s 3rd quarter total puts his re-election campaign in a strong position with $540,176 cash on hand heading into the 4th quarter.
U.S. Congressman Tim Griffin has been “frustrated” with the response by ExxonMobil in regard to oil spill in Mayflower in March. Six months later, Griffin said he is still looking for answers from the company about how they will compensate the community and fix the problem for the future.
Republican U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin says he's opposed to military action in Syria...Griffin said he believed Obama had not clearly articulated why an attack would be in the nation's interest, the goal or how to handle the aftermath.
Second District Cong. Tim Griffin (R-Arkansas) and Ninth District Cong. Todd Young (R-Indiana) co-delivered this week’s national Republican response to the President’s national address.
Griffin and Young spoke about their efforts this past week to pass legislation regarding the Obamacare employer mandate and a delay of the individual mandate.
Two bills challenging mandates that are part of President Obama's health care law now move to the Senate, after passing in the House Wednesday.
Congressman Tim Griffin authored one of the bills, which delays the requirement that businesses provide employee health insurance or be penalized.
Second District Congressman Tim Griffin today announced raising over $275,000 in the second quarter of 2013 and has over $447,000 cash-on-hand for his 2014 re-election bid.
A new poll shows Tim Griffin with a strong lead over several potential challengers and a high approval rating among his constituents.
No one likes paying cell phone bills. What if you could get a free phone with a calling plan whose cost was paid by the federal government? What if you could have eight free cell phones? You can, and people do, Rep. Tim Griffin told The Daily Caller. The annual bill runs over $1 billion, and he’s trying to stop it.
That’s the message Rep. Tim Griffin of Arkansas wants to send Congress, after he says a controversial government-backed program that helps provide phones to low-income Americans ended up sending mobiles to the dead relatives of his constituents.
Second District Congressman Tim Griffin today announced his fundraising totals for the third quarter of 2012, collecting $214,087.00 in total contributions and bringing his total to $1,524,108.81 with $450,812.93 cash-on-hand for his 2012 re-election bid.
Second District Congressman Tim Griffin today issued the following statement after receiving an "A" rating and the endorsement of the National Rifle Association-Political Victory Fund:
Second District Congressman Tim Griffin today released his Officer Evaluation Reports, documents reviewing his 16 years of service in the U.S. Army Reserve as an officer in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, including his two most recent reports that were previously unreleased.
The Weekly Standard calls out the Obama administration over it's handling of the terror attacks in Libya.
Second District Congressman Tim Griffin will address the 2012 Republican National Convention during the Tuesday afternoon session. Griffin will speak at approximately 3:54 p.m. (ET) from the main podium inside the Tampa Bay Times Forum. This time is subject to change.
Second District Congressman Tim Griffin, Arkansas Chairman of the Romney/Ryan campaign, today issued the following statement welcoming presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to Little Rock:
Second District Congressman Tim Griffin today issued the following statement after being selected to speak on the opening day of the 2012 Republican National Convention next Monday in Tampa, Florida:
Second District Congressman Tim Griffin today issued the following statement after receiving the endorsement of National Right to Life:
Second District Congressman Tim Griffin, the Arkansas Chairman for Romney for President, today issued the following statement after the selection by Gov. Mitt Romney of Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin to be his running mate: