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Robert Dold

Robert Dold
Republican Robert Dold is a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from the 10th District of Illinois. He defeated Democrat Dan Seals in the Nov. 2, 2010 election.
Republican Robert Dold is a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from the 10th District of Illinois. He defeated Democrat Dan Seals in the Nov. 2, 2010 election. « Show less

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  • Supporters speak out for candidate kicked off Waukegan ballot

    Supporters speak out for candidate kicked off Waukegan ballot
    Supporters of would-be 6th Ward aldermanic candidate Jack Dye came to the Waukegan City Council meeting on Monday, Jan. 5, to protest last week's decision by the Waukegan Electoral Board to remove Dye from the April 7 ballot due to candidate-petition signatures that were ruled to be invalid.
  • Rauner inauguration events paid for by pro-business interests

    Rauner inauguration events paid for by pro-business interests
    Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner heads to Springfield on Sunday to start his inaugural festivities, a series of events largely paid for by pro-business interests. The Republican campaigned on a theme of shaking up Springfield and railed against the entrenched...

    Durbin, now in minority, subs for injured Reid as top Democrat

    In the minority after Republican gains in November's elections, Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois was sworn in Tuesday with a temporary gig: filling in for ailing Democratic leader Harry Reid. Durbin, 70, said the Senate minority leader was "making a...

    2 Illinois Democrats join Republicans in backing Keystone pipeline

    Two House Democrats from Illinois, Dan Lipinski of Western Springs and Cheri Bustos of East Moline, joined all the House Republicans from the state in voting Friday to approve construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. The bill passed 266-153,...

    2014 in review: Highland Park and Deerfield

    2014 in review: Highland Park and Deerfield
    The past year was marked by both controversy and considerable change in Highland Park and Deerfield. Whether it was protesting the departure of a popular high school principal or opposing the closure of the town's only boat ramp, Highland Park residents...