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Question 1: Despite the presence of ________ on the Republican ticket, Pryor still defeated Bethune, 502,3431 (57.3 percent) to 373,615 (42.7 percent).
Ronald ReaganRichard NixonGerald FordGeorge H. W. Bush

Question 2: He graduated from ________ at the University of Arkansas in 1964 and was admitted to the bar that same year.
Legal educationJuris DoctorLaw schoolBachelor's degree

Question 3: Instead he failed in a hard-fought campaign to wrest the Democratic ________ nomination from the popular conservative John L. McClellan, also from Camden.
111th United States CongressHart Senate Office BuildingUnited States CongressUnited States Senate

Question 4: His son is current United States Senator ________, a Democrat who holds the same seat that his father vacated in 1997.
Mark PryorDaniel InouyeBlanche LincolnJoe Lieberman

Question 5: He was elected in 1974 to succeed ________, who won the Senate seat long held by J. William Fulbright in the same year.
Joseph Taylor RobinsonDavid PryorAugustus Hill GarlandDale Bumpers

Question 6: Pryor also served as 39th Governor of Arkansas from 1975 to 1979 and was a member of the ________ from 1960 to 1966.
Arkansas House of RepresentativesFlorida LegislatureAlabama House of RepresentativesArkansas General Assembly

Question 7: David Hampton Pryor (born August 29, 1934) was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives and United States Senator from the State of ________.
Georgia (U.S. state)MissouriArkansasAlabama

Question 8: In 2000 Pryor became Director of the Institute of Politics at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in ________.
Woburn, MassachusettsLowell, MassachusettsBostonCambridge, Massachusetts

Question 9: McClellan died in 1977, and Governor Pryor appointed a caretaker successor Kaneaster Hodges, Jr., who was prohibited by the ________ from running himself.
Arkansas ConstitutionHot Springs, ArkansasLawrence County, ArkansasLittle Rock, Arkansas

Question 10: Pryor easily defeated his Republican challenger ________, who would also later chair the Arkansas GOP.
Ken CoonClark County, ArkansasLen E. BlaylockLittle Rock, Arkansas
















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