Campaign 2000

Bradley Rounds Up Some Unusual Prospects

It's an axiom of fund raising that there's a finite universe of donors who will ante up $1,000 for a presidential contender, but BILL BRADLEY seems to be breaking the mold. His supporters include heavy hitters in the business world who have never been involved in politics, and even some Republicans. Goldman Sachs president JOHN THORNTON hasn't raised money for a candidate before, doesn't even give to the company's political-action committee; but since meeting Bradley nine months ago, he has been asking for and getting checks from friends--including Goldman chairman HENRY PAULSON, a Republican who's backing JOHN MCCAIN. J.P. Morgan managing...

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