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Republican Senate hopeful Linda McMahon and actress Edie Falco.

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** FILE ** Linda McMahon speaks during the 36th annual Prescott Bush Awards Dinner at the Stamford Hilton, Stamford, Conn., Thursday night, April 10, 2014. (AP Photo/The Time, Bob Luckey)

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Linda McMahon, left, speaks with Ed Dadakis, both Greenwich residents, who were honored during the 36th annual Prescott Bush Awards Dinner at the Stamford Hilton, Stamford, Conn., Thursday night, April 10, 2014. Dadakis received the Fenton Pat Futtner Award from the Connecticut Republican Party which also bestowed two-time U.S. Senate candidate Linda McMahon with its highest honor. The former wrestling executive was chosen as this year's recipient of the Prescott Bush Award, named in honor of the late Prescott Bush Sr. of Greenwich, Conn., a former U.S. Senator and father of former President George H. W. Bush. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, grandson of Prescott Bush, was the keynote speaker at the event.

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** FILE ** Linda McMahon speaks during the 36th annual Prescott Bush Awards Dinner at the Stamford Hilton, Stamford, Conn., Thursday night, April 10, 2014. (AP Photo/The Time, Bob Luckey)

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Linda McMahon, a pro wrestling executive, suffered her second straight defeat in a bid for Connecticut's Senate seats, plunging $8.4 million into the two runs. (Associated Press)

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Republican Linda McMahon is joined by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as she campaigns in Waterbury, Conn., for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by independent Joe Lieberman. She had a slight lead over Rep. Christopher S. Murphy last month but now is trailing him by 6 points. (Associated Press)

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Republican Linda McMahon is joined by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as she campaigns in Waterbury, Conn., for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by independent Joe Lieberman. She had a slight lead over Rep. Christopher S. Murphy last month but now is trailing him by 6 points. (Associated Press)

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Linda McMahon has a comfortable lead in the race for a U.S. Senate seat in Connecticut over former Rep. Christopher Shays. (Associated Press)

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Linda McMahon has a comfortable lead in the race for a U.S. Senate seat in Connecticut over former Rep. Christopher Shays. (Associated Press)

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Linda McMahon is running again as an outsider for the U.S. Senate after losing her first race two years ago. She spent nearly $50 million of her own fortune in 2010 in a losing bid for U.S. Senate against Democrat Richard Blumenthal. (Associated Press)

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Linda McMahon is running again as an outsider for the U.S. Senate after losing her first race two years ago. She spent nearly $50 million of her own fortune in 2010 in a losing bid for U.S. Senate against Democrat Richard Blumenthal. (Associated Press)

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Linda McMahon is running again as an outsider for the U.S. Senate after losing her first race two years ago. She spent nearly $50 million of her own fortune in 2010 in a losing bid for U.S. Senate against Democrat Richard Blumenthal. (Associated Press)

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In this March 2, 2010 file pool photo, former World Wrestling Entertainment CEO Linda McMahon during at the Lincoln Theater on the University of Hartford campus in West Hartford, Conn. A bomb threat, Sunday, Sept. 12, 2010, forced the evacuation of a political fundraiser in Connecticut attended by Ms. McMahon, a Republican U.S. Senate candidate. She faces Democrat Richard Blumenthal in the November election. (AP Photo/John Woike, Pool, File)

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ASSOCIATED PRESS Supporters of U.S. Senate hopeful Linda McMahon (center) celebrate winning the GOP nomination in May. Though early polls showed Mrs. McMahon trailing considerably behind Democratic rival Richard Blumenthal, an August poll shows Mrs. McMahon behind by only 10 percentage points.

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Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat, and former World Wrestling Entertainment CEO Linda McMahon, a Republican, are vying for the seat being vacated by Sen. Christopher J. Dodd. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

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Linda McMahon chats with Scotty's Diner owner Scotty Vincent as she campaigns in North Haven, Conn., on Wednesday, the day after winning the Republican U.S. Senate nomination in Connecticut. (AP Photo)

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ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE - In this May 21, 2010 file photo, Connecticut Republican Senate Linda McMahon, right, and family members wait as delegate vote totals are tallied in Hartford, Conn. In the midst of one of the worst recessions in decades, a host of former corporate titans are spending millions in the quest for elective office, using their big bankrolls to push past the political machinery and overcome their own lack of experience.