Former wrestling executive Linda McMahon can appear on the ballot as a Republican and an Independent.
Linda McMahon’s can appear on the ballot as both a Republican and an Independent in November.
The former Greenwich wrestling executive who is running for U.S. Senate has qualified to appear on the ballot for U.S. Senate as a candidate of the Independent Party, according to the Secretary of the State’s office.
McMahon won the Republican primary while U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy won the Democratic primary.
According to the letter Secretary of the State Denise Merrill sent to McMahon, the nominating petition filed with the office has been examined and had been approved.
McMahon ran in 2010 and lost to then Attorney General Richard Blumenthal in one of the country''s most expensive political races.