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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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Total Cost
Oregon, 3rd DBlumenauer, Rep. Earl 2 $307,000 94 $101,726,025 $102,033,025
Ran for Other Office Louisiana, 3rd DMelancon, Rep. Charlie 5 $3,267,900 60 $101,687,850 $104,955,750
Retired Texas, 14th RPaul, Rep. Ron 20 $17,309,750 25 $101,640,000 $118,949,750
Washington, 2nd DLarsen, Rep. Rick 12 $19,223,000 89 $99,078,750 $118,301,750
Defeated Georgia, 8th DMarshall, Rep. Jim 59 $17,864,000 65 $98,481,500 $116,345,500
Defeated Texas, 23rd DRodriguez, Rep. Ciro 57 $46,219,143 56 $98,232,250 $144,451,393
Ran for Other Office Louisiana, 1st RJindal, Rep. Bobby 5 $780,500 21 $97,132,700 $97,913,200
Defeated Texas, 27th DOrtiz, Rep. Solomon 28 $55,325,514 41 $97,072,500 $152,398,014
Ran for Other Office Illinois DObama, Sen. Barack 8 $3,324,520 49 $95,277,200 $98,601,720
Ran for Other Office Alabama, 7th DDavis, Rep. Artur Genestre 16 $6,800,014 30 $94,297,000 $101,097,014
Retired North Carolina, 7th DMcIntyre, Rep. Mike 14 $17,798,500 78 $93,013,000 $110,811,500
Texas, 29th DGreen, Rep. Gene 9 $2,831,500 27 $92,072,250 $94,903,750
Connecticut, 1st DLarson, Rep. John 25 $16,123,000 67 $91,953,082 $108,076,082
Ran for Other Office Missouri, 2nd RAkin, Rep. Todd 15 $7,597,000 27 $91,646,000 $99,243,000
Ran for Other Office Maine, 1st DAllen, Rep. Tom 3 $2,408,000 63 $91,486,500 $93,894,500
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