President Barack Obama's campaign adviser David Axelrod has plans to leave government affairs after the 2012 election. He's going to start up an Institute of Politics at his Alma mater, the University of Chicago. There, he plans to create mini-David Axelrods.
From the New York Times:
“This is my last campaign,” Mr. Axelrod said, laying out his plans for the Institute of Politics, which is to be formally announced on Thursday at the University of Chicago, from which Mr. Axelrod received his bachelor’s degree in 1976. “My goal now is to help encourage young people who are going to be the David Axelrods — and better — in the future so that we’ll have a new generation of people who will be active in politics and public life.”
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