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Obama Campaign Co-Chairs: Diverse Group Selected To Aid Reelection Effort (SLIDESHOW)

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In February, President Obama's reelection campaign announced 35 national co-chairs to advise the campaign, help raise funds and motivate voters as they attempt to build an extensive grassroots campaign like the one that propelled Obama to the White House in 2008.

The diverse list includes a wide range of Obama supporters such as actress Eva Longoria, Caroline Kennedy, former chiefs of staff Rahm Emanuel and Bill Daley, as well as former Republican senator Lincoln Chafee.

Check out the full list in the slideshow below:

Obama's Campaign Co-Chairs
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