Mark Pryor

Final Rankings: 10 Most Vulnerable Senators

Kyle Trygstad and Alexis Levinson, Roll Call

Repubs. need a net gain of 6 Senate seats. The most vulnerable Senators are Mark Pryor, D-Ark., Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., Mark Begich, D-Alaska, Mark Udall, D-Colo., Pat Roberts, R-Kan., Kay Hagan, D-N.C., Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., Al Franken, D-Minn., Jeff Merkley, D-Ore.

Conservatives: Here’s How You Can Lead To Nationalize The Election In Arkansas

CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie has urged to conservatives to take the lead in nationalizing the 2014 election. Here's one practical step you can take TODAY to join that effort. Read this article, and then contact Arkansas Republican Senate candidate Tom Cotton through our “contact the Republican candidates” page and tell Tom Cotton you want to hear him draw a sharp contrast with his opponent and come out strongly against the Obama policies that have allowed Ebola, whooping cough and Enterovirus 68 into America.

Are Big 3 Senate Races Slipping From Dems?

James Hohmann, Politico

A month out from the election, Republicans are seeing subtle but perceptible signs that contests in Alaska, Arkansas and Louisiana — all three pivotal in the battle for the Senate — are finally breaking their way.

10 Most Vulnerable Senators

Kyle Trygstad and Alexis Levinson, Roll Call

Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., is still in a perilous political position, but Louisiana Sen. Mary L. Landrieu has leapfrogged him on the list to become the Senate’s most vulnerable incumbent. Mitch McConnell was the only Repub. to make the list.

A Night of No Surprises

It is no surprise that incumbents like Mitch McConnell won last night. What is a surprise is how fast and how far right the incumbents, like McConnell, had to move to keep their jobs.

Pryor Dismisses Cotton's Military Service As 'Entitlement'

Strident Conservative, Red State

"In the Senate we have all types of different people that have come from all types of different backgrounds—and I think that’s part of that sense of entitlement that he [Cotton] gives off is that, I served my country, let me into the Senate. But that’s not how it works in Arkansas, " Pryor said.

Poll: Cotton Leads Pryor in Arkansas

Washington Free Beacon Staff

A new poll by Hickman Analytics Inc. shows Cotton with 51 percent support compared to 42 percent for Pryor among voters most likely to turn out in November.

GOP Powerhouse AFP Steps Up Attack on Vulnerable Dems

Matea Gold, Washington Post

With early attacks against Senate Dems, Americans for Prosperity emerges as the Right's most powerful ally. Currently AFP has launched ad campaigns against five vulnerable Senate Dems., and some House Dems, including Rep. Nick Rahall (W.Va.).

Taking the Senate Isn’t About Politics, It’s About People

Americans for Prosperity gets it. If conservatives want to take the Senate they've got to run campaigns that are about people, not politics, and APF is showing the way in Arkansas.

Of Course Democrats Lie About Their Obamacare Privileges

Democratic Senator Mark Pryor voted to keep his special Obamacare subsidy, while his principled limited government constitutional conservative opponent, Tom Cotton, voted to end the special Obamacare subsidy for Congress. So why is Pryor not owning-up to his vote?

Repub Cotton to Challenge AR's Pryor

Kyle Trygstad, Roll Call

Rep. Tom Cotton, who recieved a 90% favorable Heritage Action score, will run against Dem. Sen. Mark Pryor.