Voters this month will decide the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate. It's a race between two suburban businessmen, Doug Truax and Jim Oberweis.
The Oberweis name is recognizable for the Illinois based dairy business the candidate started and still owns along with an investment firm.
Oberweis, 67, is also known for his previous five failed campaigns. That included unsuccessful attempts to run for U.S. Senate. He won a state Senate seat in 2012.
At the top of the ticket this year in Illinois is a race for the U-S Senate.
Republican Doug Truax is running against a state Senator, Jim Oberweis in the G-O-P primary. The winner will take on Democrat Dick Durbin in the fall.
Truax is making his first bid for political office. Oberweis lost five previous elections, including two unsuccessful bids for U-S Senate, before being elected to the Illinois General Assembly.