Trump Looms Large As Rep. Peter Roskam Fights For His Political Life Against Sean Casten

Those homeowners won't all vote the same way. Yard signs for Casten are popping up all over the district, including in front of restored, stately old homes in Barrington, ranches in Lake Zurich and brick bungalows in Wheaton, where Republicans have relied on votes for years. Casten's support extends to the sprawling properties and horse farms along the quiet two-lane county highways in the district's northern reaches. Indicative of the race's toss-up nature, it's common to spot dueling Casten and Roskam signs along the same leafy, quiet suburban streets, including houses right next to each other.

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