Linda McMahon (R): A large sign near exit 29 on Interstate 95 readers “Linda: She’s Out Shopping Again.” The candidate didn’t respond to the jab, reports the Stamford Advocate.
Chris Murphy (D): The congressman came to New Britain with a Republican colleague to talk about bipartisanship and dysfunction in Washington D.C. Murphy said, according to the Associated Press, that “the system is fundamentally broken.”
Rosa DeLauro (D): The congresswoman is fond of criticizing proposals by Republicans and praising fellow Democrats via Twitter, but she recently had some faint praise for the GOP.
Pleased GOP came to the table and we worked out agreement to stop doubling of the student loan interest rate #DontDoubleMyRate
Wayne Winsley (R): The Republican candidate issued a statement in response to the Supreme Court’s ‘Obamacare’ decision. The headline reads, “ Government Can Tax Your Behavior.”
Jim Himes (D): The congressman met constitutions at a “town hall” meeting that was described as “sometimes raucous” with “sharp exchanges” by the Westport News.
Steve Obsitnik (R) was recently in Manhattan for a meet-and-greet at one of “most elegant and exclusive prewar apartment buildings” in the city, reports the New York Daily News.
The district’s crowded field of GOP candidates are working to win over voters in time for the August primary, reports the Hartford Courant. Andrew Roraback recently threw out the first pitch at a New Britain Rock Cats game, while the other candidates take their message door-to-door.