The Associated Press took a look at the closely-contested race for Senate and finds that Linda McMahon’s attempts to change her image from that of a “groin-kicking CEO to grandmother” have been paying off.
Chris Murphy, her opponent, said that voters need to be reminded why they voted against her in her failed 2010 Senate bid.
The Record-Journal continues looking at the differences – and similarities – between Elizabeth Esty and Andrew Roraback in the Fifth District. The newspaper compares the candidates on energy issues, from fracking to investing federal dollars in alternative energy.
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Rosa DeLauro (D): After a report discovered arsenic in rice products, several lawmakers – including DeLauro – are pitching a bill to set federal guidelines for legal limits of the chemical, reports The Huffington Post.
The Wilton debate is being organized by a dozen local chapters of the League of Women Voters and is scheduled for 4-5:30 p.m. at Wilton High School.
“The Leagues of Southwestern Connecticut—the 4th Congressional District—have joined forces to present a centrally-located forum for area residents to learn the candidates’ positions on national and local issues, particularly those impacting our region,” said debate facilitator Jara Burnett of LWV Greenwich.
The questions at the debate will be solicited from the audience and League members.