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Pryor bringing mobile office to southwest Arkansas

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LITTLE ROCK (AP) - U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor is taking his mobile office to southwest Arkansas to help residents who may be having problems with services provided by the federal government.

Pryor's staff is scheduled to make stops in eight counties Wednesday and Thursday.

Residents who may be having problems with government programs or services, such as Social Security, are encouraged to show up at the visits.

Pryor, the lone Democrat in Arkansas' congressional delegation, is seeking a third term in the Senate. Republican U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton, who represents south Arkansas' 4th District, is hoping to unseat Pryor in 2014.

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