U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., has been traveling the state as part of his campaign for re-election to the U.S. Senate and included a visit to The Saline Courier office on Tuesday.
During an interview with The Courier and in his campaign document "What's at Stake: A Study on Tom Cotton's Votes Against Arkansas," Pryor asserts that Cotton has received more than $20 million from the Club for Growth and a group founded by David and Charles Koch.
U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., who is facing a challenge from U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton for his Senate seat, was in Saline County on Tuesday as part of his campaign.
Polls have shown the race to be a toss-up between the two candidates.
Included in Pryor's local visit was a stop at The Saline Courier office, where he answered a number of questions. The questions and Pryor's responses follow.
Question: "Much has been made of your vote in favor of the Affordable Care Act. Looking back on the vote, knowing what you do now, would you change your vote? If so, why, and if not, why not?"
LITTLE ROCK â€” The major party's nominees for Arkansas' top two constitutional offices are speaking at a forum about issues related to the state's aerospace and defense industries.
Republican gubernatorial hopeful Asa Hutchinson and Democrat Mike Ross are scheduled to speak Friday afternoon at the forum hosted by the Arkansas Aerospace and Defense Alliance. The forum will also feature Republican lieutenant governor hopeful and U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin and Democratic nominee John Burkhalter.
The forum is only open to alliance members.