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Giuliani Stumps for Judy Biggert

The former New York mayor appeared at a fundraiser for Reps. Judy Biggert and Robert Dold Tuesday in Chicago.

A local Congressional candidate got a boost from a big name on Tuesday, according to the Chicago Tribune.

The newspaper reported that former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani headlined a Chicago fundraiser for Republicans Judy Biggert, who hopes to win reelection in her new district, and Robert Dold of Kenilworth.

Biggert, who has represented the 3rd District for seven terms, is running against Democrat Bill Foster to represent the new 11th District.

Giuliani praised Biggert and Dold, saying they would work to create jobs and rein in federal spending, the Tribune reported.

"They also happen to be Republicans who know how to work with Democrats and independents," Giuliani said at the Standard Club of Chicago. "Frankly, we need more of that in Washington."

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Southeast Side October 24, 2012 at 11:54 AM
Biggert and Dold talk like they are moderate, but they always fall in line with the rest of the Republicans. And the Republicans are hell bent on dismantling the New Deal - Social Security, Medicare, etc. No Thanks. I'm voting (early) for Bill Foster this Saturday!!
latexher@comcast.net October 24, 2012 at 02:54 PM
Giuliani never impressed me much! He is an original Flip-Flopper changing from a Democrat to a Republican who leans toward the Liberal side. Unfortunately Judy Biggert too has outlived her usefulness and appears to be counting her cash more then paying attention to the needs of her constituents, after her decades in congress. My grandfather was a man who insisted on term limits with one of his favorite sayings being : "Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely!" Judy has served Too Long, making too many inside deals and enemies. - it is time to vote for Bill Foster - and send our message to Washington
Millbrook Party October 24, 2012 at 11:08 PM
30 years in office is way too long. We have too many people in office who make this a life long career and become multi-millionares in the process. The Founding Fathers should have placed term limits on all in office, Senate, House and most certainly the Supreme Court. It's time for a change, I'm voting for Foster.
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