It then directs listeners to pryorforobama.com, the group's new website.
The Club has been a major backer of Rep. Tom CottonTom CottonOvernight Finance: House rejects financial adviser rule; Obama rebukes Sanders on big banks Overnight Energy: Dems block energy spending bill for second day Senators roll out changes to criminal justice bill 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."