Rahm I. Emanuel, the 32-year-old Chicago wunderkind who tapped Wall Street's largess to give Bill Clinton a big boost toward the Democratic Presidential nomination, will soon be moving to the Democratic National Committee. Emanuel has accepted the job of chief fund-raiser for the dnc, where he will help raise money not just for Clinton but for Democrats in state and federal races across the country. Emanuel had help on Wall Street from Goldman, Sachs & Co. partner Kenneth D. Brody. But he also is going after neglected ethnic voting blocs, such as Pakistanis and Koreans.
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