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by The Daily Advertiser (Lafayette, La.) on 03/20/2015

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* Numbers do not include earmarks requested by the president to better reflect political power. This follows the methodology used by Taxpayers for Common Sense.
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Co-sponsored Cost of co-sponsored earmarks Total Cost
Defeated Arizona, 5th DMitchell, Rep. Harry 28 $16,450,000 18 $62,939,000 $79,389,000
Retired Virginia DWebb, Sen. Jim 10 $16,427,600 290 $480,422,010 $496,849,610
Alabama, 3rd RRogers, Rep. Mike 30 $16,338,750 74 $83,059,750 $99,398,500
Connecticut, 1st DLarson, Rep. John 25 $16,123,000 67 $91,953,082 $108,076,082
Retired Florida, 12th RPutnam, Rep. Adam 32 $16,104,625 21 $35,292,257 $51,396,882
Massachusetts, 2nd DMcGovern, Rep. Jim 25 $16,032,072 54 $64,121,500 $80,153,572
Retired Massachusetts, 10th DDelahunt, Rep. Bill 13 $15,977,000 29 $63,088,500 $79,065,500
California, 43rd DWaters, Rep. Maxine 34 $15,891,757 17 $9,305,757 $25,197,514
Ohio, 10th RTurner, Rep. Mike 29 $15,883,250 38 $68,388,800 $84,272,050
Texas, 8th RBrady, Rep. Kevin 11 $15,854,000 17 $12,206,000 $28,060,000
Retired Florida, 21st RDiaz-Balart, Rep. Lincoln 31 $15,752,400 35 $62,471,700 $78,224,100
Connecticut, 2nd DCourtney, Rep. Joe 20 $15,632,500 81 $126,609,427 $142,241,927
Idaho, 2nd RSimpson, Rep. Mike 27 $15,503,250 132 $144,507,149 $160,010,399
Oklahoma, 4th RCole, Rep. Tom 19 $15,470,125 55 $71,327,500 $86,797,625
Resigned Illinois, 5th DEmanuel, Rep. Rahm 22 $15,469,000 12 $17,953,872 $33,422,872
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