Although the election is still 15 months away, the presidential fund-raisingjuggernauts have already swept through Washington, leaving the wallets ofmost D.C. lobbyists and lawyers at least $1,000 lighter. But an influentialsubset of donors has been able to reap credit, quite legally, for baggingupward of a hundred times that much for the campaigns.

They are the superstar fund-raisers, a select group of influence brokers anddeal-makers who together raise millions of dollars for their respectivecandidates. And in Washington, they are dueling on the telephone in theirquest for cash.

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