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Sen. Mark Pryor (D-Ark.)

  • District: Senior Senator from Arkansas
  • Residence: Little Rock
  • Born: January 10, 1963; Fayetteville, Ark.
  • Religion: Christian
  • Family: Separated; two children
  • Education: U. of Arkansas, B.A. 1985 (history); U. of Arkansas, J.D. 1988
  • Military Service: None
  • Political Highlights: Ark. House, 1991-95; sought Democratic nomination for Ark. attorney general, 1994; Ark. attorney general, 1999-2003; U.S. Senate, 2003-present
  • Elected: Elected: 2002 (2nd term)
  • Committee Assignments: Appropriations (Agriculture - Chairman; Commerce-Justice-Science; Defense; Labor-HHS-Education; Military Construction-VA; Transportation-HUD); Commerce, Science & Transportation (Aviation Operations, Safety & Security; Communications, Technology & the Internet - Chairman; Consumer Protection, Product Safety & Insurance; Science & Space; Surface Transportation and Merchant Marine; Tourism, Competitiveness and Innovation); Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs (Efficiency of Federal Programs; Emergency Management & District of Columbia; Financial & Contracting Oversight; Permanent Investigations); Rules & Administration; Small Business & Entrepreneurship; Select Ethics; Joint Economic
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State Information: Arkansas

Election History
Year Election Candidate Votes Percent
2008 general Mark Pryor (D) 804,678 79.5%
Rebekah Kennedy (GREEN) 207,076 20.5%
2002 general Mark Pryor (D) 433,386 53.9%
Tim Hutchinson (R) 370,735 46.1%
Vote For President
Year Democrat Republican Independent
2008 Barack Obama: 38.86% John McCain: 58.72%
2012 : 36.88% : 60.57%
2004 John Kerry: 45% George W. Bush: 54%
2000 Al Gore: 46% George W. Bush: 51%
1996 Bill Clinton: 54% Robert Dole: 37%
1992 Bill Clinton: 53% George H. W. Bush: 35%
1988 Michael Dukakis: 42% George H. W. Bush: 56%
1984 Walter F. Mondale: 38% :

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