Blumenthal slams McMahon in Senate win

Richard Blumenthal won his Senate race Tuesday, here pictured at a campaign rally at the University (Adam Manison).

Richard Blumenthal has declared victory over Linda McMahon in the Senate race in Connecticut.

Blumenthal wins an election that was a very tight race in polls leading up to Election Day.

Malloy had help during the campaign from former President Bill Clinton, who spoke on campus this week.

John Larson, a Democrat in the first district, was re-elected in the House.

Joe Courtney won re-election in the second congressional district according to the Hartford Courant.

Rosa DeLauro and Jim Himes won re-election in the third and fourth districts respectively.

Chris Murphy won in the fifth district, according to the Hartford Courant.

Around the country the Republicans will take control of the House. Democrats will remain in control of the Senate.


9 Comments on "Blumenthal slams McMahon in Senate win"

  1. Louis Betro | November 3, 2010 at 3:55 AM |

    We need to create good paying perment jobs NOW!!! We need to have products made in USA NOW!!! Waterbury is a great place for businsess to produce products and open hight tech companies! We must deport illegal immigrants NOW!!! If we went to another country illegaly we would be killed, locked up and or beat!!! WE NEED TO WAKE UP FAST!!!!!!!!!! Use union labor will insure not hiring illegal immigrants!!!

  2. Heh, “Waterbury” and “great” in the same sentence.

  3. Simon Jester | November 3, 2010 at 1:09 PM |


  4. Another Guy | November 3, 2010 at 2:31 PM |


  5. Brian Collins | November 3, 2010 at 3:07 PM |

    All told, including vacations, insurance, legal fees for contract negotiation, strikes, etc: union labor costs hundreds of times more than migrant workers. For many small contractors and other privately held small businesses, the choice of going union is not possible. In fact, in the construction business, union members frequently contract illegal workers themselves in order to generate a profit that can sustain their operations and cost of living.
    Please address reality Louis.
    Waterbury is wholely unattractive to high tech businesses and any other major employers. It’s one of the only places in CT that is susceptible to a smog cloud. That entire valley region is unattractive. In order to make it more attractive to businesses, this state would certainly have to SPEND money. The old adage, “It takes money to make money” finds truth in many situations. There are no free or easy ways to claw your way out of tough times.
    We in this country cannot be afraid of having creditors, most of us here are used to it already. What we need is pragmatic and efficient regulation on the financial industry in order to prevent the absurd derivative gambling and keep in check the greed of the banking barons.

  6. jeff johnson | November 3, 2010 at 4:16 PM |

    I like strawberries in my Oatmeal. If you put them on the bottom of the bowl and then put the oatmeal on top the berries steam a little bit and get so sweet.

  7. CT Conservative | November 3, 2010 at 7:53 PM |

    What was CT thinking! The rest of the U.S. wises up and elects fiscally responsible people and we’re stuck w/ Hime and DeLauro! There isn’t a tax or transfer payment they don’t like….

  8. We shall tax and spend our way to prosperity!
    We shall force the evil corporations to make more jobs by taxing them!
    We shall lock in union wage increases and increase everyone’s wealth!
    We shall raise income taxes of the rich and they’ll be glad to stay in CT to pay for their evil ways!

    Sounds great!

  9. CT Conserative is chucklehead. Another RUSH LIMBAUGH parrot making 40 k a year and demanding tax breaks for millionaires.

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