He Went Down on the NRA and Then They Didn't Pay Him
Senator Mark Pryor (D—Arkansas) didn't want to disappoint the NRA last year, so he voted against a bill requiring background checks before a person can purchase a gun online or at a gun show. Even in Arkansas, most of Mark Pryor's constituents are in favor of these background checks.
But, Mark Pryor is up for re-election, and the NRA has more clout than a bunch of lowly voters who can't even afford to make a 7-figure campaign contribution. It was a business decision. Mark Pryor bent over for the NRA. And in return, the NRA contributed $1.3 million — to Rep. Tom Cotton, Mark Pryor's opponent.
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