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CHICAGO--Mayoral hopeful Rahm Emanuel is running his campaign from offices in a Chicago landmark, the old Carson Pirie Scott & Company building on State Street, designed by the great architect Louis Sullivan.

Emanuel's staffers work in very nice space --a modern custom interior--the campaign rented turnkey a sublet that used to house an architectual firm.

Emanuel works from a windowless office, sparsely furnished. Unlike his office as White House chief of staff, it is not loaded with mementoes and pictures of his family.

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The Emanuel headquarters has offices for field, fund-raising, special events, policy, politics, press staffs, volunteers and more. Below is Emanuel's communications chief Ben LaBolt, who he recruited from the White House.

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Take a look around the rest of the place:

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