This week, President Obama's campaign released its list of bundlers -- well-connected people or couples who collect contributions from their inner circles and present them en masse to the campaign. Of the campaign's heavy weight backers, a dozen of them are from Pennsylvania, and mostly Philadelphia.
So, who are they? Here's a little about Obama's Keystone friends:
Bundled between $50,000-$100,000
Daniel Berger, Philadelphia, is a managing shareholder at Berger & Montague law firm.
Peter Buttenweiser, Philadelphia, is a wealthy philanthropist whose mother's family founded the investment bank Lehman Brothers. He was a principal at two Philadelphia public schools and active in public education causes.
Joseph and Marie Field, Philadelphia, foundedEntercom Communications Corp. a radio broadcasting company.
Matthew and Marie Garfield, Philadelphia, run Garfield Refining Company, founded by Matthew's grandfather in 1892.
Richard Horowitz, Wynnewood, is president and COO of R.A.F. Industries, Inc., a private equity firm.
Gerald McHugh, Philadelphia, is an attorney with Raynes McCarty law firm.
Bundled between $100,000-$200,000
Israel Roizman, Lafayette Hill, a real estate developer, who reportedly drove a tank during Israel's Six-Day war in 1967.
Bundled between $200,000-$500,000
Mark Alderman, Bryn Mawr, is an attorney at Cozen O'Connor, who served as Pennsylvania chairman on the Democratic National Committee National Finance Committee and on the Obama-Biden Presidential Transition Team.
Kenneth Jarin, Philadelphia, is a partner at Ballard Spahr law firm and chief labor negotiator for the City of Philadelphia.
Cliff Levine, Pittsburgh, is a lawyer at Cohen and Grisby, who served as chairman of Obama's Western Pennsylvania Steering Committee. He was a member of Obama's National Finance Committee.
Lazar Palnick, Pittsburgh, is an attorney and an old friend of Bill Clinton's from Arkansas.
Bundled more than $500,000