Robert Dold


"I'm supporting Bob Dold because we need leaders in Washington who are willing to roll up their sleeves, work together and get the job done. Bob has a strong record of accountable and effective leadership, and for those reasons he has my vote."

- Liz Geifman Northbrook


Breaking the Gridlock

Now more than ever we need leadership that puts people before politics and progress before partisanship.

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We must come together and work to fix our broken healthcare system.

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Creating Jobs Now

A quality job is the engine that drives a family, a community, and our economy.

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Government Should Help Make Life Better, Not Harder

We must work to make government more efficient and responsible.

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"I'm supporting Bob Dold because we need leaders in Washington who are willing to roll up their sleeves, work together and get the job done. Bob has a strong record of accountable and effective leadership, and for those reasons he has my vote."- Liz Geifman, Northbrook



Robert Dold was born at Evanston Hospital and grew up with his three sisters in the same house in Winnetka where his parents still reside. Like his father, Bob graduated from New Trier High School. He was a leader in athletics, quarterback of the football team, and captain of the wrestling and lacrosse teams.

After high school, Bob continued a family tradition and earned a BA from Denison University. His educational credentials include a law degree from Indiana University, where he was selected by his classmates to give the commencement address and an MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management.

Prior to being elected to Congress, Bob ran Rose Pest Solutions, a small business founded in 1860. It is the oldest pest management company in the United States. Rose Pest Solutions is headquartered in Northfield, IL, and serves families and businesses throughout the 10th District and beyond. As a small business owner and operator, Bob has faced many of the challenges confronting business leaders who struggle to remain competitive and successful, and he understands the pressures on families to work hard and save money for the future in an uncertain economy.

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Thank you for your interest in joining Team Dold. There is no shortage of ways you can help lead Bob to victory in November, and your help is not only valued but is critical to Bob's success. Whether it's volunteering to make phone calls, knock on doors, host a meet and greet or place a yard sign at your home—we invite you to get involved.


Bob Dold Open Letter to Constituents

Today is a critical day in our campaign – it’s the beginning of our fight to return your voice to Washington where it has been silenced for the past 18 months. Today is the beginning of a new day. Join us as we work together to return your voice back to Congress. Let’s do this together!

Democrats May Lose Illinois’ 10th Congressional District in 2014

In Illinois, a state where Democratic U.S. representatives outnumber Republicans twelve to six, at least one north suburban Chicago district may see a switch from Democrat to Republican. Dold likes to present himself in the mold of now-U.S. Senator Mark Kirk and Kirk has appeared in campaign ads for Dold. In his initial race, Dold earned the endorsement of the Chicago Tribune for being in the “moderate, pro-choice independent mold of Kirk.”

Trader Joe’s says ‘welcome aboard’ to local shoppers

Former 10th District Congressman Bob Dold paid a visit to buy lunch, and said he’s pleased to see a competitive market that draws money into the 10th district, even though the Dominick’s chain closed this past December. Dold will face current 10th District Congressman Brad Schneider for the seat in the November general election.

Politicians, military celebrate Lake Forest Eagle Scouts

Politicians and the military will celebrated two Lake Forest teens for earning the Eagle Scout Award. Former Representative, and Eagle Scout, Bob Dold spoke on the leadership and character developed in becoming and Eagle Scout, and George Everitt, from the United States marine Corps. League presented Jack and Jake with Distinguished Citizen Awards.


Robert Dold is a husband and a father of three who owns and operates a small business, Rose Pest Solutions, located in Northfield. Bob was elected to Congress in 2010 to represent the 10th District of Illinois and was ranked as one of the most independent, bipartisan leaders in the U.S. House of Representatives. Bob's personal perspective has been shaped by a strong family and guided by the principles of serving as an Eagle Scout and scoutmaster. Integrity, personal responsibility, and civic leadership, along with a passionate desire to leave a better future for the next generation of Americans, are the values that have inspired Bob to run for public office.

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