Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and former White House Chief of Staff Bill
Daley have been named co-chairmen of President Barack Obama's
re-election campaign. Daley took over for Emanuel as Obama's White House Chief of Staff when the former congressman headed back to Chicago to run for mayor, stepping in the shoes of Daley's brother, long-time mayor Richard Daley.
Other notable Obama national campaign chairmen include U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-9), attorney Alan Solow, and Chicago Board of Education member and billionaire Penny Pritzker. According to the Tribune, some 30 new co-chairs will be named to the Obama campaign today.