Obama headlines $28,500 per person fund-raiser Thursday in Chicago; hits two funder events in city.

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Two big high dollar Chicago Obama funders Thursday

The Chicago area Obama fund-raising elite gather Thursday at 5:45 p.m. at the home of Sara and James Hall (a few blocks from Halsted and Armitage) for a high dollar fund-raising special reception with presumptive Democratic nominee Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.).

The $28,500 per-person event benefits the Democratic White House Victory Fund.

The hosts are the Illinois Finance Co-Chairs Jim Crown and John W. Rogers Jr.

After that, Obama heads to the near West Side home of of Leah Missbach Day and F.K. Day for a 7:15 p.m. reception for his Obama for America warchest where donors are asked to give or raise $2,300.

The co-hosts are an upcoming line of bigger time donors: Tim Blumenthal, John Burke, Patrick Cunnane, Stan Day, Steve Flagg, Chris Fortune, Jeff Frehner, Chris Lambiase, Steve Meineke, Mike Mercuri, Marc Sani,

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