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Rep. Robert Dold (R), in a tight race to retain his congressional seat (Illinois' 10th Congressional District), is going non-stop through Election day.

| November 5, 2012

Rep. Robert Dold (R), in a tight race to retain his congressional seat (Illinois' 10th Congressional District), says he's going non-stop through Election Day, hoping to reach as many voters as possible, WLS-TV reports.

"It's about jobs and the economy, working together, trying to focus on common ground to really tackle some of the big issues we face," Dold said.

Dold, of Rose Pest Solutons, is in a tight race with Brad Schneider (D), a management consultant from Deerfield, Ill. This race is being closely monitored nationally as it is one of several that will impact control of Congress.

Source: WLS-TV

 

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