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5 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
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NEWPORT, AR - Members of the Delta Regional Authority and representatives of Senators John Boozman and Mark Pryor will tour free military health clinics in east Arkansas on Monday, according to a release.
Red-state Democrats are hanging tough despite a toxic environment, but Republicans are hopeful about late-breaking opportunities in a pair of swing states.
JONESBORO, AR - The Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate, Mark Swaney, wants to tell voters why he is running for office.
The Republican candidate challenging Democrat Mark Pryor for U.S. Senate made the announcement at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial at the State Capitol Saturday morning.
U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton is an extreme right-wing Republican. We all knew that. It might even make him electable in Arkansas.
Good story with local angle in the New York Times. It's about a December TV ad slamming Obamacare and U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor.
JONESBORO, AR - The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department had to postpone 15 construction projects statewide because of a lack of federal funding.
U.S. Senator Mark Pryor today unveiled his "American-Made Strong" jobs legislation to help create good-paying jobs and a path to economic growth and opportunity for Arkansas families.
Prospect plant manager Steve Belew, far left, points to parts of a bridge project as U.S. Sen. Mark pryor, D-Ark., watches at Lexicon Inc., steel plant in Little Rock, Ark., Friday, July 25, 2014.
My column this week questions whether there's room for a moderate in the Arkansas Republican Party.
Fundraising plays a factor in who will serve as Senate majority leader in the next Congress.
The line is open and you can see our video headline report above. Lead topic in the roundup is David Ramsey's deep and even-handed look at Republican Rep. Tom Cotton, who's challenging Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor .
Sen. Mark Pryor's re-election campaign blasted challenger Rep. Tom Cotton on Wednesday for touting disaster aid for Arkansas farmers affected by floods, even though Cotton voted against the 2014 and 2013 Farm Bills.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 03:13 pm
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