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Linda Mcmahon

  1. vision 2020
    Pro-Trump PAC Led by Ex-Wrestling Exec Plans on Raising $300 Million for 2020But America First Action’s failure to hit its fundraising mark in 2018 suggests that $300 million may be a lofty goal.
  2. WWE’s Linda McMahon Tapped to Lead Trump’s Small Business AdministrationAnd that’s the bottom line, ’cause Trump said so.
  3. early and often
    Linda McMahon Loses Second Connecticut Senate Race After Spending $100 MillionShe has a very expensive record.
  4. early and often
    Linda McMahon Dominates GOP Senate Primary in ConnecticutShe’s the Party’s Senate nominee for the second time in two years. 
  5. early and often
    Linda McMahon Down for the Count*Richard Blumenthal defeats the former WWE CEO.
  6. rich people
    Three GOP Candidates Spent More Than $243 Million CampaigningCombined, just three of ‘em spent that out of their own pockets.
  7. the midterm snapshot
    The Midterm Snapshot: October 15A look at what’s happening in races around the country.
  8. capital punishment
    Candidates Leverage Death-Penalty Support for Triple Murder to Win VotesThree-quarters of registered voters support the death penalty for Steven Hayes.
  9. midterm elections
    The Times Shrugs, Endorses Richard BlumenthalThey call him “charm-free” and say they were “troubled” by his misstatements on Vietnam, but ultimately concede that they have “larger concerns with the Republican, Linda McMahon.”
  10. politics
    The Father of a Dead Wrestler Calls Linda McMahon a LiarAnd her campaign takes a chair to the head.
  11. primaries
    Linda McMahon Victorious, Lamont Upset in Connecticut PrimariesObama-backed Michael Bennet wins in Colorado.
  12. early and awesome
    Connecticut Senate Candidate Linda McMahon Isn’t Ashamed of Her Wild SideOh, yeah.
  13. early and often
    Richard Blumenthal Doing Just FineVoters don’t really care about the Vietnam stuff.
  14. early and awesome
    ‘That’s Linda McMahon and You Will Treat Her With the Respect She Deserves’We are really, really excited for the Senate candidacy of the former CEO of the WWE.