McMahon likely to keep after Murphy on mortgage through Election Day

If there’s one thing you learn in journalism, political campaigns are single-minded and persistent. There are so many different ways to connect with voters nowadays that all the fact-checking in the
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9/11’s over. Let the image-polishing and mudslinging continue

Missed your daily dose of Republican U.S. Senate candidate Linda McMahon’s television commercials? That’s because the mostly self-funded former wrestling executive decided not to advertise in the New
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Bysiewicz’s ghost of primary past haunts Murphy in McMahon flyer

The criticism about primaries is allegations made by opponents of the same party can then be used in the general election by the other side. It should come as no surprise, then, that in her second bid
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Murphy campaign’s “victory jar” would break newsroom’s bank

Democratic U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy needs to increase the size of his campaign war chest in order to better compete with Republican Linda McMahon’s mostly self-financed second bid for U.S. Senate.
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Expendables 3: Clint, Chuck … and Vince?

Multi-talented film octogenarian Clint Eastwood’s occasionally creative but mostly embarrassing performance at last week’s Republican National Convention. 72-year-old action star Chuck Norris’ pivot
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For Democrats concerned Murphy’s McMahon’s punching bag…

It’s tough running a campaign against Republican millionaire Linda McMahon’s slickly produced second bid for U.S. Senate. The ex-World Wrestling Entertainment executive has got the personal fortune to
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Working Families Party: We’ll sort it out when Donovan’s back

Since Chris Donovan lost last Tuesday’s Democratic primary, there has been a lot of speculation about whether the retiring state House Speaker from Meriden will continue his run for Congress as the
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Andres Ayala will STILL be 1st Latino in state Senate if elected

State Rep. Andres Ayala, D-Bridgeport, and supporters like Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch have said if elected to the state Senate in November, Ayala will be the first Latino member. I checked the claim
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