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Nationwide Rankings

How do records stack up?

Top Savers

Justin Amash

House — Michigan

Thomas Massie

House — Kentucky

Jimmy Duncan

House — Tennessee

Top Spenders

Elise Stefanik

House — New York

Chris Smith

House — New Jersey

Tom O’Halleran

House — Arizona

Top States

Vermont

$561 Billion

Oregon

$656 Billion

Hawaii

$730 Billion

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Score Name Party
$1,738,519,820,000

David Young

House — Iowa

R
$1,211,638,220,000

Jody Hice

House — Georgia

R
$1,494,015,100,000

Mo Brooks

House — Alabama

R
$1,738,081,820,000

Hal Rogers

House — Kentucky

R
$1,735,970,820,000

Bill Flores

House — Texas

R
-$118,473,180,000

Raúl Labrador

House — Idaho

R
$1,665,811,210,000

Luke Messer

House — Indiana

R
$1,637,916,210,000

Mike Gallagher

House — Wisconsin

R
$1,707,750,820,000

Steve Knight

House — California

R
$1,701,792,210,000

Gus Bilirakis

House — Florida

R
$1,738,519,820,000

Glenn Thompson

House — Pennsylvania

R
$1,211,190,820,000

Jim Jordan

House — Ohio

R
$1,283,066,220,000

Ted Yoho

House — Florida

R
$1,322,220,830,000

Lloyd Smucker

House — Pennsylvania

R
$1,902,044,820,000

Daniel Donovan

House — New York

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