Dold’s opponent this fall is Dan Seals, who certainly has his work cut out for him. Already defeated twice for this seat, Seals will have a tough time doing well in a political environment favorable to Republicans. Having failed to win this seat in two of the best years for Democrats in recent memory, it’s not surprising that the Democratic establishment lined up behind Seals’ primary opponent, state Rep. Julie Hamos. However, in a stunning primary victory, the radical left lined up behind Seals and overwhelmed the DCCC’s preferred candidate. Counting among his allies the likes of disgraced former columnist Helen Thomas, who recently praised him at a fundraiser, this career campaigner - who does not even reside in the district - is prepared to do or say whatever it takes to get elected to office.
The Tenth Congressional District of Illinois is located in the northeast corner of the state. The District is mostly comprised of the northern suburbs of Chicago, and extends all the way to the Wisconsin border. In addition to a long stretch of shoreline on Lake Michigan, this district is also home to the Great Lakes Naval Training Center, Northbrook, Deerfield and Highland Park. Even in Democrat’s banner years of 2006 and 2008, Dan Seals proved incapable of closing the deal in Illinois’ 10th. Not only failing to defeat Kirk in Democrat banner years 2006 and 2008, Seals underperformed Obama—who won this district by 61% in 2008--by 13.5%.
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