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President Obama's aides have settled on the location of a campaign headquarters in downtown Chicago, with his re-election effort poised to open early next month by raising money and building a political organisation for the 2012 presidential race. While the President remains in Washington, his re-election team will be situated more than 700 miles away on an upper floor of One Prudential Plaza, a few blocks from where Obama delivered his 2008 victory speech on election night in Grant Park.
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