– The Connecticut Democratic State chairwoman Nancy DiNardo has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission to determine whether Linda McMahon’s Senate campaign is responsible for the new “Stand Up for WWE” campaign. DiNardo issued a statement earlier this week claiming that WWE was unfairly trying to get voters to vote for McMahon. McMahon campaign spokesman Ed Patru calls the complaint “utterly baseless” and says the campaign doesn’t coordinate with WWE. For more on this, visit WashingtonPost.com.
– WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has updated his Ross Report column at WWE.com with a preview of Sunday’s Bragging Rights pay-per-view. Click here to read the preview.
– Former WWE Diva Trish Stratus attended the Bell Celebrity Gala last week in Toronto. The event was to raise money for the Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Foundation. $1.16 million was raised. For those keeping score, Trish is currently a brunette.
* STUNNING Picture of TRISH At The Celebrity Gala (View Here)
(Credit to the Associated Press for the McMahon item)