It then directs listeners to pryorforobama.com, the group's new website.
The Club has been a major backer of Rep. Tom CottonTom CottonCotton not ruling out 2020 White House bid GOP senators avoid Trump questions on rigged election GOP chairman demands number of immigrants granted accidental citizenship MORE (R-Ark.), Pryor's likely general election opponent, since his 2012 House primary. The race is one of the few where establishment Republicans and Tea Party groups like the Club agree on a GOP candidate. Pryor is widely viewed as the Democratic senator facing the toughest reelection battle this election cycle.
Pryor is up with a new website of his own, cottonfacts.com, that says Cotton "supports spending taxpayer billions in Syria while he votes to cut Medicare, Social Security and school lunches here at home."