NORWALK - Senate hopeful Linda McMahon, of Greenwich, said in an interview Saturday that if she wins in next month's election, she'll limit herself to two terms.

In the interview with ABC News, McMahon also said she wouldn't seek a second term if she wasn't effective in her first.

McMahon, a former World Wrestling Entertainment executive, is locked in a tight race with the Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal who is running on the Democratic ticket. McMahon was endorsed by Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) this weekend.

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