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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

Chris Smith

House — New Jersey

Elise Stefanik

House — New York

Tom O’Halleran

House — Arizona

Top States

Vermont

$561 Billion

Oregon

$656 Billion

Hawaii

$730 Billion

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Score Name Party
$1,559,387,960,000

Lee Zeldin

House — New York

R
$1,738,519,820,000

David Young

House — Iowa

R
$1,738,503,820,000

Don Young

House — Alaska

R
$1,283,066,220,000

Ted Yoho

House — Florida

R
$1,382,119,060,000

Kevin Yoder

House — Kansas

R
$541,793,500,000

John Yarmuth

House — Kentucky

D
$1,738,519,820,000

Rob Woodall

House — Georgia

R
$1,738,519,820,000

Steve Womack

House — Arkansas

R
$1,694,606,810,000

Rob Wittman

House — Virginia

R
$1,578,003,990,000

Frederica Wilson

House — Florida

D
$1,738,513,820,000

Joe Wilson

House — South Carolina

R
$1,674,315,260,000

Roger Williams

House — Texas

R
$38,149,000,000

Susan Wild

House — Pennsylvania

D
$1,351,048,500,000

Bruce Westerman

House — Arkansas

R
$1,668,259,210,000

Brad Wenstrup

House — Ohio

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