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Bob Dold Featured in New York Times Story on 2014 Election

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Dold serves as an example of Republican candidates who benefited from the Tea Party in 2010, but lost two years later, hope to rebound next year by focusing on the health care law, according to the article.

| December 16, 2013

Rose Pest Solutions’ Bob Dold, a former congressman who represented the 10th District of Illinois, was featured as part of the recent New York Times article “G.O.P. Firebrands Tone Down Their Message and Run Again.”

Dold is an example of Republican candidates who benefited from the Tea Party in 2010, but lost two years later, hope to rebound next year by focusing on the health care law, according to the article.

Dold is seeking a political resurrection in next November’s election, after just one term on Capitol Hill.

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Source: New York Times


 

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