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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - For months, television ads have pitted Democrat Mark Pryor against Republican Tom Cotton in the race for a U.S. Senate seat.

But the two won't match up in Tuesday's primary - voters must wait another six months.

Pryor and Cotton will be on the primary ballot, but because they are running unopposed they will be grouped with other unopposed candidates.

An election coordinator in the state's third-most populated county worries that the barrage of campaign ads could confuse voters on Tuesday.

Staffers for both Cotton and Pryor say it isn't too early to start rallying Arkansans now to vote for their candidate.

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