Arkansas Senator Mark Pryor has reiterated his opposition to marriage equality, saying he voted for the 2004 ballot question that placed a ban on gay marriage in the Arkansas Constitution.

When asked by local media on Monday to weigh in on a recent ruling striking down the amendment as unconstitutional, Pryor answered: “My position on that specifically is well-documented. That was a ballot initiative here in Arkansas … I voted for the amendment to ban gay marriage in Arkansas.”

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Pryor is one of only three Democratic senators who have not endorsed marriage equality, the other two holdouts are Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu and West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin.

Last year, Pryor said he's “in the undecided category” on the issue of allowing gay couples to marry.

Pryor spokesman Erik Dorey emphasized that while Pryor remains opposed to same-sex marriage, the senator supports gay rights in general.

“Mark supports the traditional definition of marriage,” Dorey said. “He also voted to repeal 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' supported legislation to end workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, and as Arkansas' attorney general, Mark was an early champion for laws against hate crimes.”