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Spending Name Party
$3,283,072,370,000

Chuck Fleischmann

House — Tennessee

R
$2,001,801,490,000

Doug Lamborn

House — Colorado

R
$2,800,203,370,000

Hal Rogers

House — Kentucky

R
$3,265,792,370,000

Rob Woodall

House — Georgia

R
$1,916,564,080,000

Scott DesJarlais

House — Tennessee

R
$1,899,756,630,000

Tim Burchett

House — Tennessee

R
$1,884,376,630,000

Jim Jordan

House — Ohio

R
$2,933,716,340,000

Brad Wenstrup

House — Ohio

R
$1,877,537,630,000

Chip Roy

House — Texas

R
$2,981,033,690,000

Jim Hagedorn

House — Minnesota

R
$3,236,013,150,000

Devin Nunes

House — California

R
$2,952,973,150,000

Greg Gianforte

House — Montana

R
$2,040,381,980,000

Scott Tipton

House — Colorado

R
$1,904,954,990,000

Warren Davidson

House — Ohio

R
$2,985,360,370,000

David McKinley

House — West Virginia

R

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