Chris Murphy (D): In response to Susan Bysiewicz defending her television ad accusing Murphy of accepting more contributions from Wall Street than any other Demcoratic candidate, Murphy criticized his Democratic rival's campaign ethics, .
"I've never seen a candidate intentionally and willfully lie over and over again after she's been called to the carpet for it...The increasingly clear difference between Susan Bysiewicz and I is that she's wiling to say and do anything in order to get elected and ultimately I think voters are seeing that clearer than they're seeing any attack she's lobbing at me," he said.
Linda McMahon (R): McMahon has received the most personal attacks going into the primary, according to Fox News. They say that the jabs at her wealth and political skills have been even worse than during the 2010 campaign.
Jim Himes (D): Himes announced that he will be holding an information session, "Medicare & My Parents," on August 8 from 6:30-8 p.m. at . Representatives from the Southwest Connecticut Agency on Aging, the Social Security Administration and Medicare will explain the services they offer and how to help parents with their transitions into Medicare.
"Brian paid the ultimate sacrifice on August 6, 2011 when Taliban insurgents shot down the helicopter Brian, along with 29 other Americans and eight Afghans, were riding in...Brian has set an example for many to follow and this country is forever grateful for his sacrifice," he commented.