CHARLOTTE, N.C. - If President Barack Obama wins re-election in November, the Democrats' agenda for the financial policy realm is likely to be far more about defending their past achievements than scoring new ones.

In interviews with lawmakers here, Democrats said that this election is their opportunity to cement the Dodd-Frank Act, which Republicans have vowed to scale back if they take power next year.

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