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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.
Sponsoring member Sponsored solo Cost Co-sponsored Cost of co-sponsored earmarks

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Retired California, 2nd Herger, Rep. Wally 5 $6,313,450 17 $16,641,000 $22,954,450
Resigned Illinois, 14th Hastert, Rep. Denny 11 $6,760,080 4 $18,455,000 $25,215,080
Ran for Other Office Michigan, 2nd Hoekstra, Rep. Pete 14 $5,061,250 36 $18,995,000 $24,056,250
Connecticut, 4th Himes, Rep. Jim 4 $1,115,000 15 $19,101,000 $20,216,000
Texas, 4th Hall, Rep. Ralph 26 $14,166,600 22 $21,843,500 $36,010,100
California, 50th Hunter, Rep. Duncan Duane 27 $17,164,500 10 $23,705,000 $40,869,500
Texas, 15th Hinojosa, Rep. Rubén 23 $30,603,938 17 $24,626,500 $55,230,438
Defeated Indiana, 9th Hill, Rep. Baron 23 $10,153,900 25 $34,648,346 $44,802,246
Resigned California, 36th Harman, Rep. Jane Lakes 33 $23,066,000 33 $36,201,000 $59,267,000
Defeated Pennsylvania, 17th Holden, Rep. Tim 36 $27,186,072 25 $37,957,104 $65,143,176
Ran for Other Office Missouri, 9th Hulshof, Rep. Kenny 17 $7,042,480 15 $39,257,250 $46,299,730
Defeated New York, 19th Hall, Rep. John 29 $10,780,548 40 $41,155,900 $51,936,448
Florida, 20th Hastings, Rep. Alcee 15 $5,505,500 44 $46,349,514 $51,855,014
New York, 26th Higgins, Rep. Brian M. 19 $15,111,514 51 $56,575,750 $71,687,264
Washington, 4th Hastings, Rep. Doc 13 $9,030,000 79 $65,337,650 $74,367,650
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