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Dold Campaign Launches New TV Ad

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Titled “Dold with a D, not an E,” the commercial plays on the campaign’s challenge to educate voters that its candidate is Robert Dold, not Bob Dole, the longtime Kansas Senator and Republican party nominee in the presidential election of 1996.

| October 18, 2010

The campaign for Robert  Dold, president of Rose Pest Solutions, and candidate for the 10th Congressional District in Illinois, is coming down the homestretch. The campaign released its newest TV commercial “Dold with a D, not an E,” which plays on the campaign’s challenge to educate voters that its candidate is Robert Dold, not Bob Dole, the longtime Kansas Senator and Republican party nominee in the presidential election of 1996.

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