Here is a video segment overview from ABC Channel 7 on the Robert Dold - Dan Seals matchup in Illinois' 10th District to replace outgoing Congressman Mark Kirk. It's not bad, for a TV segment, although it doesn't get into the issues much- Dold focuses on job creation, Seals tries to portray Dold as a right-wing fanatic. If anything, I sometimes wish Bob would show a little more fanaticism, he sure seems laid back in the video clips, ha ha.
In any case, the video segment ends on the note of the mounting voter malaise that seems to be increasingly evident this cycle, mostly on the Dem side. If the "top of the ticket" decides this race based in voter enthusiasm and turnout, things bode well for the GOP, as Bill Brady is currently trouncing Gov. Quinn in the polls by a wide margin.
UPDATED: Looks like Gov. Quinn just had to can his chief of staff amid ethics concerns. It's not looking good for the 'accidental governor.'