Arkansas Republican Senate candidate Rep. Tom Cotton outraised incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor in the first three months of 2014, marking the third consecutive quarter that Cotton has outraised his opponent.
If you ask me what are the biggest “toss ups” in the midterms today, I would unflinchingly say North Carolina, Louisiana, and Alaska. I would throw in Arkansas as my number four, but reiterate that it’s leaning red.
Arkansas is one of the races that leans red, but sometimes just barely. It looks like this was one of those weeks.
Five Senate Democrats looking at tough reelection fights may face a new obstacle: environmental activists livid at their public support for the Keystone XL pipeline.
As President Barack Obama and the Democrats prepare to honor “Equal Pay Day,” Senate Democrats continue to pay female employees significantly less than their male counterparts, according to an analysis of Senate salary data in Democratic offices.
Republican senate candidate Rep. Tom Cotton’s (R., Ark.) campaign is pushing back on Sen. Mark Pryor’s (D., Ark.) claim that Cotton once worked for insurance companies, asking Pryor to remove the allegation from his website.
Sen. Mark Pryor (D., Ark.) could face a Medicare Advantage problem in his Arkansas reelection bid, according to a new poll released by the American Action Network.