Obama to wait for results of presidential election in Chicago

2012-11-05 08:34:08 GMT2012-11-05 16:34:08(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English
Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows downtown area of Chicago, the United States. Located in the State of Illinois, Chicago is the third largest city of the United States with approximately 2.9 million residents. The city, best known as "Wind City", is an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications and transpotation. U.S. President Barack Obama will wait for the final results of presidential election here, as the city is the headquarters of his electoral campaign, together with his supporters on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Yang Lei)Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows downtown area of Chicago, the United States. Located in the State of Illinois, Chicago is the third largest city of the United States with approximately 2.9 million residents. The city, best known as "Wind City", is an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications and transpotation. U.S. President Barack Obama will wait for the final results of presidential election here, as the city is the headquarters of his electoral campaign, together with his supporters on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Yang Lei)
Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows the stock exchange in Chicago, the United States. Located in the State of Illinois, Chicago is the third largest city of the United States with approximately 2.9 million residents. The city, best known as "Wind City", is an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications and transpotation. U.S. President Barack Obama will wait for the final results of presidential election here, as the city is the headquarters of his electoral campaign, together with his supporters on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Yang Lei)Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows the stock exchange in Chicago, the United States. Located in the State of Illinois, Chicago is the third largest city of the United States with approximately 2.9 million residents. The city, best known as "Wind City", is an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications and transpotation. U.S. President Barack Obama will wait for the final results of presidential election here, as the city is the headquarters of his electoral campaign, together with his supporters on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Yang Lei)
Visitors take photos inside a lift of Willis Tower in Chicago, the United States, Nov. 4, 2012. Located in the State of Illinois, Chicago is the third largest city of the United States with approximately 2.9 million residents. The city, best known as "Wind City", is an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications and transpotation. U.S. President Barack Obama will wait for the final results of presidential election here, as the city is the headquarters of his electoral campaign, together with his supporters on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Yang Lei)Visitors take photos inside a lift of Willis Tower in Chicago, the United States, Nov. 4, 2012. Located in the State of Illinois, Chicago is the third largest city of the United States with approximately 2.9 million residents. The city, best known as "Wind City", is an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications and transpotation. U.S. President Barack Obama will wait for the final results of presidential election here, as the city is the headquarters of his electoral campaign, together with his supporters on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Yang Lei)
Visitors take photos inside a lift of Willis Tower in Chicago, the United States, Nov. 4, 2012. Located in the State of Illinois, Chicago is the third largest city of the United States with approximately 2.9 million residents. The city, best known as "Wind City", is an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications and transpotation. U.S. President Barack Obama will wait for the final results of presidential election here, as the city is the headquarters of his electoral campaign, together with his supporters on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Yang Lei)Visitors take photos inside a lift of Willis Tower in Chicago, the United States, Nov. 4, 2012. Located in the State of Illinois, Chicago is the third largest city of the United States with approximately 2.9 million residents. The city, best known as "Wind City", is an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications and transpotation. U.S. President Barack Obama will wait for the final results of presidential election here, as the city is the headquarters of his electoral campaign, together with his supporters on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Yang Lei)
Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows a night view of Chicago, the United States. Located in the State of Illinois, Chicago is the third largest city of the United States with approximately 2.9 million residents. The city, best known as "Wind City", is an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications and transpotation. U.S. President Barack Obama will wait for the final results of presidential election here, as the city is the headquarters of his electoral campaign, together with his supporters on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Yang Lei)Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows a night view of Chicago, the United States. Located in the State of Illinois, Chicago is the third largest city of the United States with approximately 2.9 million residents. The city, best known as "Wind City", is an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications and transpotation. U.S. President Barack Obama will wait for the final results of presidential election here, as the city is the headquarters of his electoral campaign, together with his supporters on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Yang Lei)

Located in the State of Illinois, Chicago is the third largest city of the United States with approximately 2.9 million residents.

The city, best known as "Wind City", is an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications and transpotation.

U.S. President Barack Obama will wait for the final results of presidential election here, as the city is the headquarters of his electoral campaign, together with his supporters on Tuesday night.

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