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Friday, October 24, 2014

Pryor turns positive; Cotton attempts to prove he's an Arkie

Posted By on Fri, Oct 24, 2014 at 2:01 PM

Sen. Mark Pryor's campaign says he's turning positive in the final days of the campaign, with a series of four 
TV ads.

Today, SThe ads underscore Pryor’s record as a bipartisan bridge builder who listens to Arkansans and works constructively to get things done for Arkansas families.

With all four ads on air as of today, Pryor has no negative spots on television. Cotton announced two new attack ads just this week.

I'm guessing independent groups supporting Pryor won't be sending bouquets to Cotton in the final days. Nor will the Republican attack machinery be making nice to Pryor.

Cotton's working the nice angle, too. He's released a 14-minute biographical film that's going to buttress Cotton's Arkansas roots — left unnourished after he graduated from high school until he returned home to run for Congress two years ago. His campaign says Pryor is the negative one. This thing is going to play on all Arkansas TV markets between now and election day. 

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