Hoping to grab a ticket for the Obama election night party downtown?
You're going to have to work for it.
Attendance will be much more limited than the 2008 Grant Park gathering, where tens of thousands of then-presidential candidate Barack Obama supporters filled Chicago's downtown streets.
About 10,000 people will be allowed into the Lakeside McCormick Place convention center Nov. 6, the Sun-Times reports.
Only campaign volunteers willing to offer up their time toward the effort to get the president reelected will be given entry, according to the Chicago Tribune.
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