Richard Blumenthal aggressively argued Tuesday night in the third and final U.S. Senate debate that Linda McMahon's two decades of selling professional wrestling is no match for his career in public service.
One of them is going to be elected governor, but neither Dan Malloy nor Tom Foley is likely to score a dinner invite from Tuesday's televised hour of caustic asides, withering ripostes and cross-talk.
Democrat Richard Blumenthal and Republican Linda McMahon left their inaugural debate Monday night satisfied that neither had suffered a gaffe likely to haunt the remaining 28 days of their U.S. Senate campaign.
Angry voters have pushed Republican Linda McMahon to within a "statistically insignificant" three percentage points of Democrat Richard Blumenthal in their tightening race for U.S. Senate, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.
On a day when his once-safe race was downgraded by a political handicapper to a "toss up," U. S. Senate candidate Richard Blumenthal had the delicate task of thanking a fellow Democrat who came to raise needed dollars, while maintaining some distance.
That's not easy when the visitor is the ...