WASHINGTON — A group of Senate Democrats is leaning on the Obama administration to increase pressure on mortgage servicers to help strapped borrowers more quickly and effectively.

The senators, in a June 24 letter to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, expressed concern that too many borrowers are being shut out of the administration's foreclosure prevention program. They also cited long delays before borrowers receive any response from servicers.

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