Opponent Leora Levy calls him “out of touch,” but Sen. Richard Blumenthal is promoting his legislative history as he runs for reelection.
Leora Levy called Sen. Richard Blumenthal a “rubber stamp” of Joe Biden’s agenda. Blumenthal brought up Levy’s support for, and from, Donald Trump.
Two-term Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal is maintaining his double-digit polling margin with less than two weeks until the Nov. 8 election.
Blumenthal has a money lead in the final weeks of CT’s U.S. Senate race, but a Levy super PAC raised large sums over the past three months.
Levy has been unable to afford TV advertising since winning the Republican primary, an upset fueled by Trump’s endorsement days earlier.
The dynamics echoed a previous poll, with women favoring U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal over Leora Levy by a large margin and men split.
Republican Leora Levy is running against U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, but CT voters still grapple with Donald Trump’s influence.