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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

Greg Walden

House — Oregon

R
$1,713,058,670,000

Lynn Jenkins

House — Kansas

R
$1,387,646,110,000

Tom Reed

House — New York

R
$1,701,722,210,000

Ron Estes

House — Kansas

R
$1,701,937,210,000

Scott Tipton

House — Colorado

R
$1,716,328,670,000

Doug Collins

House — Georgia

R
$1,250,717,220,000

Gary Palmer

House — Alabama

R
$1,738,509,820,000

John Katko

House — New York

R
$758,632,000,000

Michael Cloud

House — Texas

R
$1,910,591,960,000

Lamar Smith

House — Texas

R
$1,738,519,820,000

Brett Guthrie

House — Kentucky

R
$1,735,981,820,000

Devin Nunes

House — California

R
$1,260,342,470,000

Steve Chabot

House — Ohio

R
$1,735,534,820,000

Trey Gowdy

House — South Carolina

R
$1,721,914,720,000

Doug LaMalfa

House — California

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