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Campaign Watch: The week in Oregon politics

by Miami Herald on 08/23/2014

Father doesn’t always know best

by FactCheck.org on 08/22/2014

Editorial: Meetings a chance for Congress to listen

by Omaha World-Herald on 08/21/2014

Midlands lawmakers high on list of top listeners in Congress

by Omaha World-Herald on 08/20/2014

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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
Defeated Pennsylvania, 17th Holden, Rep. Tim 36 $27,186,072 25 $37,957,104 $65,143,176
California, 11th Miller, Rep. George 36 $39,139,000 23 $71,166,250 $110,305,250
Pennsylvania, 13th Schwartz, Rep. Allyson 36 $13,414,100 25 $30,748,000 $44,162,100
New York, 7th Velázquez, Rep. Nydia 36 $7,462,642 9 $3,962,500 $11,425,142
Ran for Other Office Tennessee, 3rd Wamp, Rep. Zach 36 $38,554,900 30 $84,986,500 $123,541,400
Tennessee Alexander, Sen. Lamar 35 $33,869,000 123 $290,687,000 $324,556,000
Retired Kentucky Bunning, Sen. Jim 35 $21,007,200 51 $106,208,375 $127,215,575
Wisconsin Baldwin, Sen. Tammy 35 $20,150,500 31 $39,238,300 $59,388,800
Illinois, 7th Davis, Rep. Danny 35 $13,502,014 28 $33,133,522 $46,635,536
Defeated New Jersey, 9th Rothman, Rep. Steve 34 $28,137,000 134 $177,996,850 $206,133,850
California, 30th Sherman, Rep. Brad 34 $23,554,000 23 $21,571,000 $45,125,000
California, 5th Thompson, Rep. Mike 34 $39,597,500 53 $50,564,500 $90,162,000
California, 43rd Waters, Rep. Maxine 34 $15,891,757 17 $9,305,757 $25,197,514
Florida, 16th Buchanan, Rep. Vern 34 $14,533,875 30 $22,853,750 $37,387,625
Michigan Levin, Sen. Carl 33 $124,900,000 663 $709,839,135 $834,739,135
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