Campaign Notebook: Nearly 25K Calls on McMahon's 'Super Saturday'

News and updates from the campaign trail in Connecticut.


Chris Murphy (D): Murphy's campaign blog says that the roundtable series organized by Women for Murphy has begun. The group will discuss an array of issues with the candidate, including "paycheck fairness, healtcare, family values and even campaign strategy."

Linda McMahon (R): McMahon reports on her website that her Super Saturday was a success, saying she and over 700 volunteers made 24,912 phone calls and knocked on 13,176 doors.

Christopher Shays (R): Shays has no plans to broadcast television commercials, reports the Hartford Courant.

Susan Bysiewicz (D): Bysiewicz has raised the least amount of money of all Senate candidates, but still has a greater total than Shays, reports the New Haven Register. She raised $355,000 in the second quarter and has raised a total of $2.25 million.

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Jim Himes (D): Himes posted about his participation in a DISCLOSE Act petition on his Twitter:

Just signed discharge petition to get DISCLOSE Act to Floor. Requires PACs to stand by ads, corps to disclose their campaign spending.

Steve Obsitnik (R): The Connecticut Post published letters from Connecticut Republicans urging voters to support Obsitnik on Election Day. 


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