Linda McMahon Wants a “Softer Approach” To Next Senate Run

Nick Paglino

The Wall Street Journal has posted a new article looking at Linda McMahon's plans for a second Senate run in 2012, and the article notes that she wants to take a "softer approach." Below is an excerpt:

"The former wrestling league chief, who ran on the Republican ticket as a steely executive, is trying a new approach: She's playing up her softer side and distancing herself from the lucrative career that first launched her into the race.

People familiar with Ms. McMahon's plans to run again for a Senate seat in 2012 say that while she won't officially declare until next month, she's already undertaking a larger push to right the wrongs of her failed race, revamping her image into a warmer, more likable figure in hopes of drawing female voters.

Ms. McMahon, the former World Wrestling Entertainment CEO, is "taking stock of what worked and what didn't in her campaign," state Republican Chairman Jerry Labriola said. "She certainly has grown a lot as a candidate."" You can read the entire article by clicking on the above link.

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