Obama arrives in Chicago, will meet with campaign advisers

President Obama on Saturday arrived in Chicago, where he convened with campaign advisers.

Hours after his opponent Mitt Romney tapped Rep. Paul RyanPaul RyanDems urge GOP to improve transportation in poverty agenda Conservative groups urge against extending energy tax breaks Lawmakers praise bonus-clawback suspension, pledge permanent fix MORE (R-Wis.) as his running mate, Obama headed straight for campaign headquarters in the Windy City.

"The president will have his regular weekly political meeting with staff at his Chicago campaign headquarters," Jen Psaki, a spokesperson for the campaign told reporters.

Before heading to Chicago on Saturday, Obama did not take questions from reporters on Ryan's selection. A pool report indicated that there would be no coverage of the meeting.

Obama is scheduled to attend fundraisers in his hometown on Sunday, including one in the backyard of his home. The fundraising events will also mark his 51st birthday, which the president celebrated last Saturday in Washington.

Emails from first lady Michelle ObamaMichelle ObamaIf Hillary wins, she should serve one term and move on Arizona and Georgia: Not swing states — yet Political map shifts on Trump MORE urged supporters to sign a card for the president and contribute to his campaign. Obama celebrated his 50th birthday in Chicago as well, holding a fundraising event where musician Jennifer Hudson sang "Happy Birthday."