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Monday, October 20, 2008

Barack and Mark

Posted By on Mon, Oct 20, 2008 at 1:27 PM

This is rich. The Obama campaign is sending out e-mails in support of U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, a no-show at the recent Obama rally in Little Rock. Has anybody gotten an e-mail from Pryor supporting Obama? If Obama wins, will Lieberman control Obama's vote on court appointees, or the other Republicans in the gang of 16?

UPDATE: A neighbor notes that the Pryor home in the Heights (below) features a Pryor for Senate sign, of course. Obama sign? Not in sight. Maybe somebody stole it.


You can change politics in this country at every level -- up and down the ballot.

Our records show that you live in Arkansas.

There's a candidate in Arkansas who's working to bring the change this country needs, and that candidate is Mark Pryor. Get involved and help bring change now.

    Senator Mark Pryor for Senate:
    Visit the website.

Don't wait until Election Day to support Senator Pryor. Get involved today to make sure Arkansas has a strong senator to take our country in a new direction.


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P.S. -- To get involved with Obama for America in your community, visit your state page:


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