McMahon pulls request for court order in New Haven

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Republican Linda McMahon's Senate campaign has pulled its request for an emergency court order demanding election officials in New Haven prove they have enough ballots for every precinct on Election Day.

McMahon campaign spokesman Todd Abrajano (ah-brah-JAH'-noh) said the campaign's attorney met Friday morning with New Haven officials and received assurances that enough ballots have been ordered.

He said the campaign has been working proactively to make sure cities and towns have certified they'll have enough ballots for Tuesday. It comes after problems arose in 2010 in Bridgeport when ballots ran out.

Rae Tramontano, the GOP registrar in New Haven, said on Thursday that city officials had notified the Secretary of the State's Office in time by email that enough ballots had been ordered.

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TheREALDad
As it is now, she was apparently hit with the ugly sequoia at some point in her life. I still say she used to be a guy at some point
Cope119
LOL, punching her could ONLY improve her looks
Eric
Her defeat this time may even be bigger then the 12 points she lost to Blumenthal by last time. This arrogant twit will HOPEFULLY go away after Wednesday. Maybe Vince will smarten up and punch her in the face for wasting 90 Million dollars
 

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