Supporters of President Obama in Chicago will get easy access to his election-night rally this year as it is going to be held at the Chicago Convention Center. While they are hoping for a night of good news, his challenger Mitt Romney will be hoping for great news of his own. Whatever the case, there are only a few more days until the election and many are awaiting the results anxiously.
U.S. President Barack Obama plans to usher in what he hopes will be a second four-year term in the White House at an election-night rally at a huge convention center near downtown Chicago, campaign and city officials said on Wednesday.
The event will likely draw thousands of supporters to the McCormick Place convention center in Chicago, Obama's homoetown and the site of his re-election campaign headquarters.
Supporters are expected to watch the voting results come in and then hear a speech by the incumbent Democrat who faces Republican Mitt Romney, a former Massachusetts governor and private equity executive, in the November 6 general election.