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  • Bush nephew's PAC to back Cotton, others

    A PAC affiliated with George W. Bush's nephew has picked its top candidates for this election cycle.

  • Repubs lead in battleground states: Poll

    Republican candidates for U.S. Senate have made gains in key states, according to a new NBC News/Marist poll, adding to the chorus of voices asking whether the GOP will take over Congress' upper chamber in November.

  • VIDEO: Republican leads in key Senate battleground state

    A CNN/ORC International poll released Friday shows Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., with a two-point lead over Democratic incumbent Sen. Mark Pryor.

  • Obamacare heats up in Arkansas race

    In a new ad, Sen. Mark Pryor argues that his vote for the law helped cut waste in Medicare and protected benefits for seniors.

  • GOP ad hits Pryor over Obamacare

    A new ad from the Karl Rove-affiliated GOP group Crossroads GPS is attacking the Democratic incumbent for a two-week-old ad in which he voiced support for provisions of the Affordable Care Act.

  • Ebola becomes a campaign issue in close Arkansas Senate race

    A campaign ad, called "Emergency Response," features scary music, zombie movie-style shaky camerawork and an ominous voice-over saying "Tom Cotton voted against preparing America for pandemics like Ebola."

  • Does this Democratic ad mark a shift in the Obamacare debate?

    On the surface, Sen. Mark Pryor's latest ad is almost unremarkable.

  • Crossroads takes page out of AARP's playbook

    Crossroads GPS, an arm of the Karl Rove-founded political action committee American Crossroads, has dipped its toes into the key Arkansas U.S. Senate race with an ad attacking Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., on Medicare and Social Security.

  • Libertarians and fringe candidates could tip Senate races

    With Republicans and Democrats locked in a number of tight races, it's possible that marginal candidates in states like Arkansas, Alaska and North Carolina -- all places crucial to GOP hopes to win Senate control -- could play a small but decisive role.



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