Tagged: Mark Pryor

Mark Pryor Joins Denver Law Firm as Shareholder

Mark Pryor Joins Denver Law Firm as Shareholder

Legal

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLP of Denver announced this week that Mark L. Pryor, a former two-term Democratic U.S. senator and Arkansas attorney general, has joined the firm as a shareholder in the Government Relations Department in its Washington, D.C. office. read more >

David Pryor Hospitalized with COVID-19

David Pryor Hospitalized with COVID-19

Former Arkansas Governor and U.S. Sen. David Pryor has been hospitalized after testing positive for COVID-19, Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced Monday at this daily briefing on the state’s response to the pandemic. read more >

2nd District Race Shows Democrats' Hope for Red State Wins

2nd District Race Shows Democrats' Hope for Red State Wins

Running for a congressional seat in a red state that went for Donald Trump two years ago, Clarke Tucker talks often about his bout with cancer and the federal care health law that expanded coverage for those without insurance. But Tucker doesn't talk much about being a Democrat. read more >

Middle-Class Values (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Middle-Class Values (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionEditor's Note

In their second debate last fall, Mark Pryor fumbled the question of how to define the middle class, saying that it would include income up to $200,000 a year. Tom Cotton picked it up and scored, accusing Pryor of “hanging out with out-of-state billionaires if he thinks $200,000 in Arkansas is the middle class.” read more >

Mark Pryor Takes Job with Venable

Mark Pryor Takes Job with Venable

Legal

Former U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor is taking a job with a Washington law firm's government affairs practice, months after the Democrat lost his bid for a third term representing Arkansas. read more >

The Top 10 Business Stories of 2014

The Top 10 Business Stories of 2014

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Politics, white-collar crime, banking acquisitions, Turner Grain and more. Arkansas Business recaps the top 10 stories from the year that was 2014. read more >

The Election Post Mortem (Robert Coon On Politics)

The Election Post Mortem (Robert Coon On Politics)

Tuesday night was one for the record books in Arkansas, from the federal races at the top of the ballot all the way down to local contests. On Tuesday, the GOP took total control of the Arkansas congressional delegation by winning the remaining U.S. Senate seat (Tom Cotton over Mark Pryor) and all four House seats, which according to the Washington Post, was the first time they’d held every congressional seat in 141 years. read more >

Tom Cotton Unseats Mark Pryor in Senate, Part of GOP Wave

Tom Cotton Unseats Mark Pryor in Senate, Part of GOP Wave

Republican U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton defeated two-term Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor on Tuesday in Arkansas, in an expensive and heated race that the GOP viewed as crucial to its efforts to win the Senate and highlighted a GOP wave in Arkansas. Republicans made gains in the U.S. Senate, and Cotton, 37, was projected the winner early Tuesday night. read more >

AP Analysis: Anti-Obama Mood Sinks Pryor, Other Arkansas Democrats

As the last Democrat standing in Arkansas' congressional delegation, U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor seemed determined not to repeat the mistakes that others in his party had made. He ran his first campaign ad months before he had an announced opponent and tried to talk about the health overhaul in personal terms rather than run away from his vote for it. read more >