WASHINGTON - President Bush received almost $1.4 million in contributions from the banking and securities industries while presidential challenger Bill Clinton received more than $800,000 from the two industries through the end of June, the Center for Responsive Politics announced yesterday.

The center, a nonpartisan research group that tracks money in politics, also reported that the securities industry funneled $11.2 million into election campaigns at the national level and to both the Democratic and Republican national parties. The commercial banking industry contributed $5.7 million.

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