“My view is, Democrat, Republican, it doesn’t matter, my view is I’m in Washington to try to work with people,” Pryor told The City Wire.
Pryor, a second-term senator, is not on the ballot this year, but will face reelection in 2014. He was reelected without GOP opposition in 2008, having positioned himself as a centrist who could work well with both parties.
“I’m not there to represent a president,” Pryor said. “I think that is one thing that I think people in Arkansas understand, but nationally people have forgotten this.”