With top cabinet posts and senior White House positions filled, the Obama administration's process of appointing influential New York bundlers to coveted sub-cabinet positions is well underway.
But this time around, it's not entirely clear who the well-connected bundlers need to be lobbying for jobs.
Whereas Terry McAuliffe famously served that role for the Clintons, some New York donors say there is not one gatekeeper they can readily identify.
"Everyone has different rabbis," said one Democratic donor.
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