Law enforcement goes for Schneider in 10th

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The battle over endorsements continues in the 10th congressional district as Democratic candidate Brad Schneider won a nod from the Fraternal Order of Police today. Schneider is trying to unseat GOP incumbent Bob Dold, a Republican who recently won two local newspaper endorsements.

The Fraternal Order of Police is the largest police association in Illinois.

“Brad’s dedication to our police officers and law enforcement and his willingness to work with all parties to provide first responders with the tools they need is exactly why we’re pleased to endorse his campaign,” said Illinois FOP President Ted Street in a release.

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