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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
California, 38th DSánchez, Rep. Linda 39 $18,949,350 5 $2,328,514 $21,277,864
Washington, 9th DSmith, Rep. Adam 14 $18,593,500 89 $103,292,900 $121,886,400
Retired Arkansas, 2nd DSnyder, Rep. Vic 15 $18,560,500 59 $138,663,075 $157,223,575
Alabama RSessions, Sen. Jeff 28 $18,246,500 109 $409,323,250 $427,569,750
Virginia, 3rd DScott, Rep. Bobby 23 $18,126,500 73 $151,195,050 $169,321,550
Idaho, 2nd RSimpson, Rep. Mike 27 $15,503,250 132 $144,507,149 $160,010,399
New York, 25th DSlaughter, Rep. Louise 29 $15,258,407 57 $78,420,400 $93,678,807
Defeated Ohio, 18th DSpace, Rep. Zack 32 $14,099,048 40 $29,150,014 $43,249,062
Retired Michigan, 1st DStupak, Rep. Bart 22 $13,915,900 76 $116,761,350 $130,677,250
Ran for Other Office Pennsylvania, 13th DSchwartz, Rep. Allyson 36 $13,414,100 25 $30,748,000 $44,162,100
Resigned Indiana, 3rd RSouder, Rep. Mark 17 $12,707,500 25 $24,888,700 $37,596,200
Texas, 21st RSmith, Rep. Lamar 23 $11,936,000 37 $56,124,750 $68,060,750
Defeated California, 13th DStark, Rep. Pete 28 $9,855,000 16 $16,918,875 $26,773,875
New Jersey, 4th RSmith, Rep. Chris 21 $9,759,375 60 $57,426,857 $67,186,232
Illinois, 9th DSchakowsky, Rep. Jan 28 $9,419,500 13 $12,149,000 $21,568,500
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