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Topic - Mark Pryor
Rep. Tom Cotton is countering Sen. Mark Pryor's attempts to paint him as an opponent of disaster relief, accusing the Democratic lawmaker of using the tornado that ripped through central Arkansas this year for political gain.
Sen. Mark Pryor is getting some help from mom and dad on the campaign trail.
Southern Democrats aren't shying away from sharing their faith during a campaign season that controls the fate of the U.S. Senate.
Stumping in Arkansas on behalf of fellow Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker on Saturday accused Pryor's Republican rival of going against a bipartisan tradition by opposing disaster aid for the states hit by Superstorm Sandy.
Delayed treatments and other widespread problems in the Department of Veterans Affairs inject a new issue into the increasingly expensive race between Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor and Republican Rep. Tom Cotton, even despite the VA secretary's resignation.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor said Thursday he is outraged over treatment delays within the Veterans Affairs health care system but he is not ready to call for the VA secretary's resignation over the problems.
Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor's campaign on Wednesday accused his Republican rival of exploiting the scandal over treatment delays for veterans, as a national group launched an ad targeting the two-term senator over the issue.
Sen. Mark Pryor says Maya Angelou's life was shaped by her childhood spent in the Arkansas town of Stamps and Arkansans will forever be grateful for her impact on the world.
The conservative Club for Growth announced a $300,000 ad buy Tuesday that aligns Democratic Senate incumbents with President Obama's flawed promise that "if you like your plan, you can keep it" under the new health care law.
A national conservative group says it's spending $300,000 on ads painting U.S. Sens. Mark Begich and Mark Pryor as "parroting" statements by President Barack Obama about the federal health care law.
Two opponents in the hotly-contested Arkansas U.S. Senate race joined with officials from a pipe manufacturer Monday to press for approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline, which would move crude oil from Canada to U.S. refineries.
The University of Arkansas at Fayetteville says it has selected the state director for Sen Mark Pryor's office as its new lobbyist.
President Barack Obama will visit the Arkansas communities that were hit by a deadly tornado, marking his first trip to the state as president, the White House announced Saturday.
Rep. Tom Cotton is using Sen. Mark Pryor's own words against him, ratcheting up the pressure on the two-term incumbent who is seen as one of the most vulnerable Democrats in the 2014 midterm elections.
With a proposal for a series of "Lincoln-Douglas style" debates around Arkansas with Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, Republican Rep. Tom Cotton could change the dynamics in a race that's mostly been waged through an increasingly costly television ad blitz.
"Arkansas families struggle after being told their health plans were cancelled and worry about higher premiums and Medicare cuts, but Senator Mark Pryor voted to allow members of Congress and their staffs to get taxpayer funded healthcare subsidies to help them pay for Obamcare premiums — typical Washington," the narrator says in the ad, which claims Mr. Pryor supported President Obama 98 percent of the time, including on the health care law.
"I'm disappointed in Congressman Cotton's deeply personal attack on me," Pryor said in a statement. "He and I may disagree on issues, but for him to question my faith is out of bounds."