WASHINGTON — Speaking softly but carrying a big pot of money, bankers are making themselves heard in George W. Bush’s campaign for president.

Republican bankers may not be as visible as Citigroup executive Robert E. Rubin has been in his stumping for Vice President Al Gore, but they are working hard behind the scenes to elect the Texas governor.

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