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Fiscal Year(s)

View earmark details Sen. John Sununu (R-New Hampshire) - Earmarks Requested
Defeated
Alternate Name: John Edward Sununu

 
AllSoloWith Other Members
* Numbers other than "All Sponsored Earmarks" do not include earmarks requested by the president to better reflect political power. This follows the methodology used by Taxpayers for Common Sense.
Fiscal Year(s) 2008-2010 Number Cost
Solo Earmarks                     15 $8,153,500
With Other Members          66 $150,635,000
All Congressional                81 $158,788,500
All Sponsored Earmarks      83* $163,100,500*
Earmark Details Year Description (Bill) Amount

(desc)

Additional Sponsors Locations Receiving Organization
View earmark details 2008 Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, for training of nurses, physician assistants, and pharmacists
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$306,000 Rep. Carol Shea-Porter (D-NH) Manchester, New Hampshire Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
View earmark details 2008 Wastewater and water quality protection project
(Interior)
$295,000 Rep. Paul Hodes (D-NH)
Sen. Judd Gregg (R-NH)
Jaffrey, New Hampshire
View earmark details 2008 The City of Greenfield for wastewater treatment project
(Interior)
$295,000 No additional sponsors indicated Greenfield, New Hampshire City of Greenfield, N.H.
View earmark details 2008 Town of Colebrook, Mohawk River Retaining Wall, repair retaining wall and two water mains along the Mohawk River
(Transportation-Housing and Urban Development)
$294,000 No additional sponsors indicated Colebrook, New Hampshire
View earmark details 2009 City of Berlin, for the acquisition and demolition of dilapidated housing
(Transportation-Housing and Urban Development)
$285,000 No additional sponsors indicated Berling, New Hampshire City of Berlin, N.H.
View earmark details 2008 New Hampshire Community Technical College System, to expand and modernize engineering technology programs
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$243,000 Sen. Judd Gregg (R-NH) Concord, New Hampshire Community College System of New Hampshire
View earmark details 2009 Bi-State Primary Care Association, for renovation and equipment
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$238,000 No additional sponsors indicated Concord, New Hampshire Bi-State Primary Care Association
View earmark details 2009 University of New Hampshire, Manchester, NH, for technology upgrades, including the purchase of equipment
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$238,000 No additional sponsors indicated Manchester, New Hampshire University of New Hampshire
View earmark details 2009 Elliot Health System, for an electronic medical records system
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$214,000 No additional sponsors indicated Manchester, New Hampshire Elliot Health System
View earmark details 2009 Lamprey Wild & Scenic River
(Interior)
$200,000 Rep. Carol Shea-Porter (D-NH)
Sen. Judd Gregg (R-NH)
New Hampshire
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