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Bob Dold Wins Primary Race

Dold, president of Rose Pest Solutions, got 39 percent in a five-way primary, with state Rep. Elizabeth Coulson of Glenview finishing second with 31 percent.

Brad Harbison | February 3, 2010

Legislative Day Fundraising Event

NPMA will be hosting a fundraising event for Bob Dold on Tuesday, March 2, in conjunction with Legislative Day.  For more information on how to participate, contact Bob Rosenberg at (703) 352-6762 or e-mail him at rosenberg@pestworld.org.

CHICAGO — Bob Dold was declared the winner in last night’s Illinois 10th Congressional District Republican primary. Dold, president of Rose Pest Solutions (see "Bob Dold Running for Congress"), got 39 percent in a five-way primary, with state Rep. Elizabeth Coulson of Glenview finishing second with 31 percent.

Dold will face off in the November election against Democrat Dan Seals, a narrow winner in last night’s 10th Congressional District Democratic primary.

The November election is expected to be hotly contested and draw national attention as Dold looks to succeed five-term U.S. Rep. Mark Kirk, who opted to run for U.S. Senate instead of seeking re-election.
 

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