-- Linda McMahon has found her connection to WWE under attack by her political opponent. Former Congressman Christopher Shays is focusing his campaign on attacks on McMahon's claims of job creation, referencing the oft-reported early deaths of wrestlers. Shays told reporters on Wednesday, "She's got over 41 people 50 years and younger who've died in her jobs. That's quite a job record that she's created."
Shays noted that wrestling's record of health issues isn't off limits for his campaign, saying, "There is nothing about McMahon that intimidates me because I think you can't buy an election. I know you can't buy an election."
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