Thursday, October 07, 2010

Great News: Bob Dold Endorsed by Trib for IL-10!

Bob Dold (center)  has been spending long hours meeting with local voters
Bob Dold just won the endorsement of the Chicago Tribune for Illinois' 10th Congressional District and  that is great news. Having grown up in Kenilworth, graduated from New Trier, and earned his MBA from Northwestern's Kellogg, Bob is an extremely local candidate with deep roots in the community.  Bob has spent  countless hours and long days getting out and meeting citizens throughout the 10th district, gaining increased understanding of the problems that our district faces. One of Bob Dold's strong concerns is the current job situation. In Wilmette alone, the Federal Government spent just shy of $3 million in stimulus funds and created 1.62 jobs.  Clearly, that is no bang for the buck. With our state unemployment running around 10%, Dold's plan to cut government spending and put into place policies that create private-sector jobs is very welcome.

 If you haven't met Bob Dold yet, do take the time to do so. If you go down Green Bay Road, his campaign headquarters is just over the Elm street bridge in Winnetka at Abe Fell's old store, and the Dold for Congress website  has information about this campaign as well as an e-mail sign up. I have known the Dold family for a long time, and have been backing Bob since before the primary. In the primary, Bob was chosen over several other well-qualified people by his party, and I am hoping he will be chosen by the voters in November. Bob Dold would make an excellent Congressman. But you don't have to take my word for it. Tonight, Thursday October 7th, from 7-8:30 PM, Chicago Hadassah will hold a candidate forum at Temple Am Shalom, 840 Vernon Ave., Glencoe.



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