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by The Hill on 01/20/2015

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by Washington Examiner on 01/14/2015

One lobbyist joins Sen. Rob Portman's office, another Portman aide returns to lobbying

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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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Cost Co-sponsored Cost of co-sponsored earmarks Total Cost
Florida, 4th RCrenshaw, Rep. Ander 40 $57,663,800 63 $78,082,400 $135,746,200
Retired Pennsylvania, 6th RGerlach, Rep. Jim 40 $12,704,000 51 $60,556,000 $73,260,000
Ran for Other Office Montana, 1st RRehberg, Rep. Denny 40 $18,907,600 132 $180,858,230 $199,765,830
Texas, 31st RCarter, Rep. John 39 $28,841,000 32 $86,369,700 $115,210,700
California, 38th DSánchez, Rep. Linda 39 $18,949,350 5 $2,328,514 $21,277,864
Defeated South Carolina, 5th DSpratt, Rep. John 39 $29,758,600 31 $57,473,340 $87,231,940
Defeated Texas, 16th DReyes, Rep. Silvestre 39 $46,347,839 34 $42,005,000 $88,352,839
Defeated Minnesota, 8th DOberstar, Rep. Jim 38 $22,146,843 62 $151,734,450 $173,881,293
Florida, 23rd DWasserman Schultz, Rep. Debbie 38 $24,231,464 74 $63,931,310 $88,162,774
Texas, 28th DCuellar, Rep. Henry 37 $13,711,764 7 $9,104,000 $22,815,764
Pennsylvania, 9th RShuster, Rep. Bill 37 $26,088,500 32 $41,881,375 $67,969,875
Defeated Kansas, 2nd DBoyda, Rep. Nancy 37 $24,288,000 47 $53,115,625 $77,403,625
Resigned Montana DBaucus, Sen. Max 36 $30,291,680 225 $370,931,490 $401,223,170
Retired Tennessee, 6th DGordon, Rep. Bart 36 $25,644,750 13 $25,030,000 $50,674,750
Defeated North Carolina, 8th RHayes, Rep. Robin 36 $16,658,000 55 $90,664,750 $107,322,750
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