Daria Novak (R): Novak, defeated Tuesday in the Republican primary by Paul Formica, is pledging to stay active in politics and wants to keep pushing her party to take a more conservative stand.
Josephy Courtney (D): Courtney is applauding Rhode Island's decision to suspend a proposal for tolls on Interstate 95 just across the border from North Stonington. The decision follows the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) February rejection of Rhode Island’s request. After Rhode Island applied for the pilot program last year, Courtney wrote to Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood expressing his opposition to the plan and his serious concerns about it.
Linda McMahon (R): David Collins from The Day wrote about the perceived tension between McMahon and Mitt Romney's newly running mate Paul Ryan. He says this comes from McMahon's refusal to support Medicare changes..
Chris Murphy (D): Murphy predicts that rival McMahon will outspend him in the general election campaign, reports the Norwich Bulletin. "I'm going to be outspent five- or ten-to-one in this election," Murphy said.
Democratic incumbent Rosa DeLauro has raised 35 times more in donations than Republican rival Wayne Winsley, . While Winsley's contributions have come entirely from Connecticut, DeLauro has received funds from outside the state.
Jim Himes (D): Himes released a statment congratulating victors of Connecticut's primary elections. "Earlier today I was proud to cast a ballot for Democratic candidates representing my community in Cos Cob and across the state. I was thrilled to vote for my friend and future United States Senator Chris Murphy and look forward to the campaign ahead," he said.
Steve Obsitnik (R): Greenwich Time reports that Obsitnik feels that 'Taxmageddon' is inevitable. He said that current tax policies in combination with the Affordable Care Act will lead to almost a half-trillion dollars in tax increases.