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Hats from $50 Million Campaign Go In Goodwill Dollar Bin



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    HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT - OCTOBER 4: Former CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment Linda McMahon responds to a comment by Attorney General Richard Blumenthal during a debate with Attorney General Richard Blumenthal for the U.S. Senate on October 4, 2010 at the Belding Stage at the Bushnell in Hartford, Connecticut. The two faced off, for their first debate Monday, debating on topics from Health care to Bush-era tax cuts. (Photo by Richard Messina-Pool/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Richard Blumenthal;Linda McMahon

    Linda McMahon spent about $50 million on her failed U.S. Senate campaign, but now her hats are on sale at a Connecticut Goodwill store.

    The Goodwill store in Stamford is selling the former WWE CEO’s hats for the bargain price of $1.

    Someone donated them, according to staff. And they’ve sold “lots of them.”

    They are also selling some T-shirts.

    So, little tokens from the most expensive Congressional race in the country live on, raising some money for a charity in Southern Connecticut.