President Barack Obama heads home to Chicago in less than two weeks to raise money for his 2012 campaign.
Obama lands in the Windy City on Jan. 11 for big-buck fundraisers at the homes of media mogul Fred Eychaner and Bear Stearns executive Stuart Taylor, according to the Sun-Times' Lynn Sweet.
The visit is Obama's 10th since he was elected president.
Obama celebrated his 50th birthday at the Aragon Ballroom in August and began his fundraising campaign in Chicago in April. First Lady Michelle Obama and Vice President Joe Biden have visited separately for fundraisers as well.
Obama's 2012 headquarters is stationed at the Prudential Building, which faces the site of his 2008 victory rally. It's not known whether he'll visit the headquarters.