Skip to comments.Pryor Turns to Seniors in Ark. Senate Resurgence
Posted on 05/14/2014 8:15:44 PM PDT by ClaytonP
At the start of the 2014 election cycle, Mark Pryor's future in the Senate was widely considered as dead as the raccoons at the Gillett Coon Supper, an annual fundraiser and gathering spot for Arkansas pols.
A series of Pryor television ads focus on Medicare and Social Security, hitting his opponent for supporting Paul Ryans budget proposal, which would alter the structure of the programs and increase the eligibility age.
Its a well-worn strategy used by Democrats in states and districts across the country and designed to portray their adversaries as extreme. But there are a couple of particular benefits in it for Pryor, who has been focusing on Cottons support for a more conservative proposal but forth by the Republican Study Committee. Pryor used it to define Cotton early on, as the freshman congressman with an impressive résumé (a young fresh face, he has served combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and holds a Harvard Law degree) works to build name recognition in the state and shed any preconceived notions that he is stiff or aloof.
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Is Arkansas really this stupid?
Funny you should ask. They elected Clinton, what three times? Jim Guy Tucker?
Yes, I believe they are.
Pretty dumb for Cotton to endorse the RINO moron Paul Ryan’s “Kick Me” budget that he needlessly released. Every Republican needs to stay away from that human train wreck.
Pryor is going down in Nov.
Si, El Guapo!
Yeah, but them and West Virginia saved the union from Gore. I thought they had reformed.