Vogue magazine fashion editor Anna Wintour, former New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine (D), Hollywood agent Jeffrey Katzenberg raised $500,000 or more to President Obama's reelection campaign, according to a list of bundlers released by the campaign on Friday.

The campaign released its list of "volunteer fundraisers" who collected $50,000 or more for Obama's reelection effort. 


In the category that raised at least $500,000 were 27 bundlers. Besides Corzine, Wintour, and Katzeneberg in the top category were Democratic National Committee treasurer Andrew Tobias and Steven Green, an ambassador in the Clinton administration.

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Ari Emanuel, brother to former White House chief of staff and now Chicago mayor Rahm, bundled between $50,000 and $100,000 for Obama.

Obama's reelection campaign reported raising $86 million in the second quarter of 2011, outpacing all the Republican presidential candidates. 

Some 240 names made the bundler list. (Read the bundlers list here.) 

The Obama campaign pointed out that, in addition to the listed bundlers, it has more than 550,000 total donors and that 260,000 of them did not contribute in 2008.

This post was updated at 7:50 p.m.