Illinois - U.S. House, District 10

as of November 1

The Candidates

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Dan Seals

  • Democrat
  • Birthdate: June 19, 1971
  • Residence: Wilmette, IL

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Robert Dold

  • Republican
  • Birthdate: June 23, 1969
  • Residence: Kenilworth, IL

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Previous Results

    Illinois U.S. House (2008)

    Candidate Party Votes %
    Mark Kirk REP 153,082 52.6%
    Daniel Seals DEM 138,176 47.4%

    U.S. President: Illinois (2008)

    Data reflect statewide results.
    Candidate Party Votes %
    Barack Obama DEM 3,419,673 61.9%
    John McCain REP 2,031,527 36.8%
    Ralph Nader IND 30,952 0.6%
    Bob Barr LIB 19,645 0.4%
    Cynthia McKinney GRE 11,838 0.2%
    Chuck Baldwin CON 8,256 0.1%
    John Polachek NEW 1,149 0%

    district Election Profile

Source: Associated Press

Recent Analysis

Nov 1, 2010

New NPR Rating

Lean-D (was Toss-up)

    Oct 28, 2010

    New Sabato's Crystal Ball Rating

    Lean-D (was Toss-up)

      Oct 27, 2010

      New CQ - Roll Call Rating

      Lean-D (was Toss-up)

        Oct 22, 2010

        New Cook Political Report Rating

        Lean-D (was Toss-up)

          Sep 7, 2010

          A Tight Race For Kirk's Seat

          Here's the good news for Democrat Dan Seals: Rep. Mark Kirk (R), to whom he's lost twice, is leaving the seat to run for the Senate. Here's the bad news: If Seals couldn't win the seat with favorite son Barack Obama on the ballot as his party's presidential nominee, can he do it this year? Businessman Bob Dold may be more conservative than the usual array of Republicans who have won this seat in the past, but he is running a competitive race. -Ken Rudin

          New NPR Rating

          Toss-up

             

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