The attacks continue in the race for U.S. Senate.
Republican Linda McMahon and Democrat Chris Murphy faced off in their second debate, Thursday night.
The candidates talked about health care, Afghanistan and the economy.
"I do have a comprehensive 6-point plan," McMahon said. "Congressman Murphy says his is a work in progress."
Murphy called McMahon's accusations, fiction. "It's made up," he said. "We have a jobs plan."
While the candidates touched on the issues, a lot of time was spent attacking the other.
There was one exchange where Murphy accused McMahon of not voting.
"Linda McMahon hasn't done her civic duty," he said.
McMahon quickly fired back. "That is absolutely, categorically false and you know it," she said while being cut off by the moderator.
On women's rights, Murphy accused McMahon of supporting the Blunt Amendment, which would have allowed employers to deny any kind of health care services for moral reasons.
"I am a pro choice candidate," she responded. "I've always been a pro choice candidate."
Polls have shown Murphy and McMahon in a dead heat. Although the most recent survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports after their first debate, showed Murphy leading McMahon by 5 points.
"I am not a radical right wing person," McMahon told the press after the debate. "I'm a Connecticut Republican."
"She is desperate to make this race about anything other than the issues," Murphy said.
The candidates are vying for the seat being vacated by retiring senator Joe Lieberman.
The showdown between the candidates took place inside Jorgensen Auditorium on the University of Connecticut campus in Storrs.