WASHINGTON — Fashion and retail industry executives continue to place early money in campaign coffers for the 2004 presidential race, with designers Oscar de la Renta and Kenneth Cole, Gap Inc. chairman Donald Fisher and Estée Lauder chairman Leonard Lauder among those writing checks.

At this stage, 15 months before the general election, the slate of nine Democratic candidates shows signs of winnowing, with a party nominee expected to become apparent by early next year after the Iowa and New Hampshire caucuses.

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