If the general election is between Republican Linda McMahon and Democrat Chris Murphy, Connecticut will have to choose either one of the richest or poorest senators, reports Danbury News Times. McMahon's net worth is approximately $232 million, while Murphy has a negative net worth of $367,000.
Rosa DeLauro (D): DeLauro attended President Obama's fundraiser in Stamford, reports NBC Connecticut. "It's wonderful to have the president here so he can speak directly to the people of Connecticut," she said.
Wayne Winsley (R): Winsley attended the Tea Party Rally in Stamford on Monday, according to his Facebook page.
Jim Himes (D): Women for Himes is holding a launch party on September 4. It will be a viewing party for Michelle Obama's keynote address at the Democratic National Convention.
Steve Obsitnik (R): Obsitnik's "Sandwich Tour" stopped at Chip's in Fairfield. He posted pictures on his Facebook page.
Dan Roberti (D): Due to frontrunner Chris Donovan's (D) campaign contribution scandal, polls say that Roberti is now the lead Democratic candidate, reports CT News Junkie.
Mark Greenberg (R): Mark Greenberg has suggested moving Litchfield's Stop & Shop from its 24,000-square-foot West Street location to a 39,000-square-foot building in the Village Green Plaza. The Preserving Litchfield Action Network (PLAN) is fighting this proposal, reports The Litchfield News.