Connecticut’s close U.S. Senate race, a contest that has attracted national attention because the outcome could affect control of the Senate.
Republican Linda McMahon’s Senate campaign has pulled its request for an emergency court order demanding election officials in New Haven prove they have enough ballots for every precinct on Election Day.
President Barack Obama is appearing in a new TV ad, urging Connecticut voters to support Democratic U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy for the U.S. Senate.
New campaign finance records show Republican Linda McMahon has spent $42.6 million on her latest Connecticut Senate race, nearly matching what she spent on her first campaign in 2010.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy is calling a new TV ad from his Republican opponent in Connecticut’s close Senate race “absolutely deceitful” and “strange.”
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, appearing with fellow Republican Linda McMahon in her campaign for U.S. Senate in Connecticut, slammed her opponent, Democratic Congressman Chris Murphy, as so partisan “he might as well be Nancy Pelosi’s butler.”
Republican Senate candidate Linda McMahon is edging away from her party as voters in a new ad say they will cast their ballots for her and Democratic President Barack Obama.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is the latest nationally known politician to get involved in Connecticut’s close Senate race.
_ Former Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz is out campaigning for Connecticut Senate candidate and U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy, months after losing to him in a sometimes contentious Democratic primary.
The latest filing with the Federal Election Commission brings to more than $77 million the total amount that former wrestling executive Linda McMahon has spent on this campaign and her unsuccessful bid for Senate two years ago.