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Last updated November 02, 2015

Wealth of Congress Index

Every year since 1990, Roll Call has raked through congressional financial disclosure forms to create our Wealth of Congress Index. In the course of analyzing the data of the 50 richest members of Congress, the 10 "poorest" and all the others elected to represent Americans in the Capitol, we discovered scores of interesting things that illustrate how they made their money, how they keep it and how some use the illusion of transparency to their advantage.

The disclosure forms are imperfect at best — members are required to report values in broad ranges of minimums, starting at $1 to $1,000 and ending with any asset or liability worth $50 million or more. Our equation for calculating the minimum net worth of each member remains unchanged: Total minimum reported value of assets minus total minimum reported value of liabilities equals total minimum net worth.

This year's Wealth of Congress Index, derived from forms covering the 2014 calendar year, shows it took a minimum net worth of $7.28 million to crack the exclusive 50 richest club. The full list, with breakdowns of members' assets and liabilities, is below.

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show hide member info 1.Rep. Darrell Issa R-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #1 $254.65M $379.65M $125.00M
Previous year #1 $357.25M $432.25M $75.00M
Change 0 -28.72% -12.17% 66.67%
Issa is the richest member of Congress for a third consecutive year. That assures the publicity-conscious congressman will remain among the members best known to the general public, even though House Republican term limits have forced him to hand over the gavel he used to bludgeon the Obama administration as chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

The backstory behind Issa’s fortune has become the stuff of congressional legend. After being charged — but never convicted — as a young man in two car theft cases, he invested $7,000 and loans from his family in a struggling Cleveland consumer electronics business in the early 1980s. Within a few years, he’d transformed his holdings into DEI, moved to California to take advantage of a surge in auto thefts and unveiled the enormously popular and profitable Viper car alarm. (He used his own sonorous baritone to record the system’s signature warnings: “Protected by Viper. Stand back,” and, “Please step away from the car.”)

Issa sold the business in 2000, the same year he invested $2 million of his money to win an open seat just north of San Diego.

That figure drooped on paper in the past year, to $254.65 million, but there’s a likelihood the congressional reporting rules have led to an overstatement of any financial setbacks.

The forms essentially double count his biggest liability, a mammoth personal loan, even though it appears he paid off more than $50 million he owed Merrill Lynch in September 2014 and borrowed an equivalent amount the same day from UBS. It appears he financed that switch by liquidating a handful of his two dozen investment accounts.

Still, he was left at the end of 2014 with positions in seven high-yield bond funds worth $25 million to $50 million, and three other investment accounts with a minimum value of more than $50 million — the highest disclosure category. Because that category has no upper limit, Issa could be worth far more than his disclosure suggests.

The congressman’s other main investment is in commercial real estate, including stakes in several management and holding companies and a pair of sleek office parks in his district each worth between $5 million and $25 million.

Issa has used his fortune to distinguish himself as one of the bigger self-funders in modern congressional politics. Before coming to the House, he spent $11 million on a failed bid for the GOP Senate nomination in California, and in 2003 he got the state’s gubernatorial recall off the ground by spending $1.7 million on the petition drive — hoping to end up on the ballot once Democrat Gray Davis was ousted. Several GOP House colleagues persuaded Issa to step aside for the eventual winner, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and to make his career in the House.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$362.60M
 
Real estate
$17.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.05M


show hide member info 2.Rep. Michael McCaul R-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #2 $107.61M $108.11M $0.50M
Previous year #2 $117.54M $118.04M $0.50M
Change 0 -8.45% -8.41% 0.00%
McCaul's minimum net worth technically dropped by $10 million last year, but it's probable he is far wealthier than the disclosure forms — with broad and open-ended value ranges — indicate.

He is once again ranked as the second-wealthiest member of Congress without listing a single asset in his name, not even a bank account worth at least $1,000. The lengthy log of investments — there are more than 50 that start with the letter "A" — are all owned by either his wife, Linda McCaul, who is the daughter of Clear Channel Communications founder Lowry Mays, or their children.

More than three dozen of the McCaul family investments are listed at the largest minimum valuation available, more than $1 million. The McCaul family’s wealth is almost entirely invested in the stock market and in municipal bonds. The portfolio shows a wide-range of traditional stocks — AT&T, Wal-Mart, Disney, Berkshire Hathaway — as well as investments in a number of government bonds, with a special emphasis on investment projects in Texas, and hedge funds.

Even with all the wealth, McCaul and his wife maintain a mortgage debt of between $500,001 and $1,000,000 on a personal residence in Austin, Texas. The joint liability with his wife is the only thing on his financial disclosure to which he is formally connected.

It’s impossible to tell how much money the McCauls have, thanks to the broad, maximum spousal asset category. But even if some assets are being dramatically undercounted, McCaul’s wealth is still staggering.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$96.51M
 
Real estate
$0.10M
 
Trusts
$11.50M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 3.Rep. John Delaney D-Md.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #3 $91.68M $93.80M $2.12M
Previous year #3 $111.92M $113.99M $2.07M
Change 0 -18.08% -17.71% 2.42%
Delaney remains the wealthiest Democrat in Congress for a second year, coming in at No. 3 on the list.

The self-made financier’s standing near the top of the roster of millionaire congressmen was maintained, even though his minimum net worth declined by about 20 percent during 2014, to $91.68 million.

The reason was the acquisition of CapitalSource — which Delaney founded in 1999 to make loans to small and midsize businesses that couldn't get credit at good rates from bigger banks — by the holding company PacWest Bancorp. Although Delaney removed himself from the bank’s day-to-day leadership after starting to campaign for the seat he won in 2012 in the Maryland suburbs northwest of Washington, D.C., completion of the deal a year ago prompted the floor on the value of his assets to drop by $20 million.

Delaney stands out on the Hill as one of the few members who have run a publicly-traded company, and he’s held that title twice. He created CapitalSource with more than half a billion dollars from the sale of HealthCare Financial Partners, which he’d started as a young lawyer just six years earlier as a specialized lender to smaller health care businesses. When it went public, Delaney was the youngest CEO ever of a company traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

A member of the Financial Services Committee, Delaney has a stake of $5 million to $25 million in another suburban Maryland financial services firm he helped start: Alliance Partners, which specializes in helping small banks pool resources to invest in big projects. He also has investments of comparable significance in Congressional Bancshares Inc. of Bethesda, Md.; a hedge fund in San Francisco; an equity fund in New York; a money market account at Goldman Sachs and rental property in Rehoboth Beach, Del.

Delaney, who’s already sending signals he wants to run for governor in 2018, is invested in almost 40 different municipal bonds, about a third of them connected to Maryland.

The congressman’s only major liabilities, each valued at $1 million to $5 million, are a recently refinanced mortgage on his residence in Potomac, Md. (a few hundred yards outside his district) and investment capital he borrowed from a family trust in 1997.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$80.69M
 
Real estate
$7.32M
 
Trusts
$1.48M
 
Bank accounts
$4.32M


show hide member info 4.Sen. Mark Warner D-Va.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #4 $90.85M $90.85M $0.00M
Previous year #5 $95.13M $95.13M $0.00M
Change 1 -4.51% -4.51% 0.00%
It wasn't a great year for the senior senator from Virginia's reported finances, but Warner nonetheless moved up one spot the list thanks to the retirement of his colleague from West Virginia, Jay Rockefeller.

Warner's $90.1 million minimum net worth for the latest report is a drop of nearly $5 million from a year ago.

Much of his money is now held in blind trusts, with a diverse portfolio of mutual fund holdings as well as individual stocks mainly held by his wife and children. There was no shortage of 2014 transactions for Warner's trusts, selling holdings valued at more than $1 million in more than a dozen accounts.

The Democrat made his millions in the telecommunications boom, including through Nextel, which eventually was acquired by Sprint Corp. His minimum net worth has fluctuated over the years, but always remained substantial, with no liabilities.

Warner is often viewed as one of the more business-friendly Democrats, coming to the Senate after a term as governor, and he won a narrower than expected re-election in 2014.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$6.32M
 
Real estate
$0.50M
 
Trusts
$82.89M
 
Bank accounts
$1.13M


show hide member info 5.Rep. Jared Polis D-Colo.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #5 $90.11M $92.66M $2.55M
Previous year #6 $82.11M $88.64M $6.53M
Change 1 9.75% 4.54% -60.92%
Polis continues to stand out as the wealthiest Generation X lawmaker and the most successful dot-com millionaire at the Capitol, having parlayed a fortune from selling his online greeting card and floral delivery businesses into even more riches from investing widely in the 21st century service economy.

Polis’ assets have jumped significantly on paper thanks to surging stock prices for a few of the dozens of startups in which he’s invested. His holdings in the burgeoning car service Uber, for example, grew to more than $1 million at the end of 2014.

The congressman’s interest in business began as a child. He founded a scrap metal business, sold tomatoes and even spent a summer in Russia trading privatization vouchers. At Princeton, he founded American Information Systems, a Web-hosting company. He went on to start BlueMountain.com, the online version of his family’s greeting card operation, and after selling it for $780 million he started ProFlowers.com. He also opened a chain of movie theaters catering to Spanish-speaking audiences.

His investments since selling those businesses and winning an open House seat (with $5 million of his own money) reflect that entrepreneurial spirit. Beyond a blind trust valued at $25 million to $50 million, which he set up after he came to Congress, Polis has real estate holdings worth in Japanese retirement homes and in corporate stock and mutual funds. Those investments include holdings in the world’s first aquaculture venture capital firm, Aquacopia, to stakes in funds of the venture capital incubator Techstars.

On top of all that, he won more than $5,000 at a Las Vegas casino last year. He also shaved his minimum liabilities in half by paying down his line of credit at Merrill Lynch to between $1 million and $5 million.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$35.33M
 
Real estate
$23.95M
 
Trusts
$25.00M
 
Bank accounts
$8.38M


show hide member info 6.Rep. Dave Trott R-Mich.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #6 $73.52M $74.91M $1.39M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
The richest freshman in the 114th Congress made his fortune in one of the iconic pursuits of the past decade’s financial crisis. He’s a titan in the home foreclosure business.

Starting in the late 1980s, he transformed his parent’s small law office, Trott & Trott, into a vertically integrated real estate behemoth that now has 1,800 employees. The firm has become one of the biggest in the nation representing banks and other residential lenders with portfolios of bad mortgages — a so-called foreclosure mill that, at the height of the housing crisis in 2009, evicted almost 80,000 in Michigan alone.

Even while he was a first-time House candidate, Trott’s minimum net worth was growing. He took office representing a reliably Republican district encompassing outer Detroit suburbs by ousting freshman Rep. Kerry Bentivolio in the GOP primary and then withstood a barrage of criticism from Democrats, who during the fall campaign said Trott’s business could have done much more to help people remain in their homes.

The Trott empire extends beyond the lawyers who negotiate with delinquent borrowers on behalf of the big mortgage bankers along with government-sponsored secondary lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The new congressman also owns or has heavily invested in Detroit Legal News, which publishes most of Michigan’s required legal notices before foreclosures; NDeX, a company that processes mortgage paperwork; Attorneys Title Agency, created by the congressman’s wife, Kathleen, to do the requisite deed searches before foreclosures; and a real estate agency that specializes in reselling the properties repossessed by his clients.

Trott has invested the profits from his business in a wide array of investment funds and brokerage accounts. One family holding company has a multifaceted stock portfolio valued at more than $25 million. Other securities are in trusts over which he has no control.

Although he’s been assigned to the Judiciary and Foreign Affairs panels, not Financial Services, Trott has nonetheless been active during his first year in office in pushing legislation friendly to the housing industry, including one measure the House passed in April that would change federal rules for high-cost mortgages to expand the availability of credit for mobile homes.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$44.50M
 
Real estate
$0.25M
 
Trusts
$28.27M
 
Bank accounts
$1.88M


show hide member info 7.Sen. Richard Blumenthal D-Conn.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #7 $66.99M $67.49M $0.50M
Previous year #7 $62.06M $62.56M $0.50M
Change 0 7.94% 7.88% 0.00%
With an uptick from the previous year's disclosure, Blumenthal's wealth primarily comes from his wife, Cynthia, the daughter of New York real estate magnate Peter Malkin.

Money held in his own name or in joint accounts are in a mix of investment accounts and savings. But disclosure requirements for spousal assets require significantly less specificity, meaning the true net worth of the Blumenthal family is difficult to determine.

What is clear is that at least some of the increase in the family's net worth was thanks in part to the Malkin real estate holdings increasing in value. Their share in a parcel of vacant land in Stamford, Conn., is now valued in excess of $1 million, as is the share in an office building held by Broadway/72nd Associates in New York City.

Blumenthal's residence is in Greeenwich, Conn., an affluent suburb of New York City situated on the "gold coast." A longtime public official in Connecticut, having served as U.S. attorney and state attorney general, he collects an annual state pension totaling some $51,000 a year.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$30.13M
 
Real estate
$23.51M
 
Trusts
$2.65M
 
Bank accounts
$11.20M


show hide member info 8.Sen. Dianne Feinstein D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #8 $52.78M $53.78M $1.00M
Previous year #9 $43.72M $43.72M $0.00M
Change 1 20.73% 23.01% 0.00%
A $9 million bump in Feinstein's minimum net worth over the past year can be attributed in part to a blind trust in Feinstein's name moving up a reporting category, from at least $1 million to at least $5 million.

Some of Feinstein's husband Richard Blum's substantial wealth fluctuated in 2014, with one investment in the real estate developer CBRE falling below the $1 million or more threshold, which is the top category for spousal assets. That broad categorization appears throughout the California Democrat's financial disclosures, including another CBRE-related investment.

Blum appears to have reduced the value of his holdings in the for-profit education industry, though that's always a point of interest when the Senate debates issues like student loans.

Feinstein and Blum jointly own a condominium on the island of Kauai, Hawaii, that's valued at between $1 million and $5 million.

At the end of the year, Feinstein reported the sale of more than $5 million in stock of Kite Pharma, a company that develops cancer treatments. There's also a newly reported liability for more than $1 million, a joint mortgage through Bank of America on their personal residence.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$41.43M
 
Real estate
$2.00M
 
Trusts
$5.00M
 
Bank accounts
$5.35M


show hide member info 9.Rep. Vern Buchanan R-Fla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #9 $49.86M $74.01M $24.15M
Previous year #11 $37.15M $58.30M $21.15M
Change 2 34.20% 26.94% 14.18%
Buchanan's net worth skyrocketed this year, jumping some $12.71 million from 2013 to 2014.

The increase bumps Buchanan back into the top 10 for the first time since 2011 and is almost entirely thanks to a rise in valuation of the car dealership he owns in Sarasota. The dealership is now listed with a $25 million minimum value, up one category from the $5 million valuation in 2013.

His net worth would have increased more if not for an increase in liabilities. He took out a $5 million line of credit in 2014 for unspecified reasons.

Buchanan also listed a number of transactions in 2014, including the sale of a rental property in Sarasota worth at least $1 million and the partial sale of an aircraft holding and leasing company worth at least $1.25 million.

The five-term Republican's wealth is largely derived from two car dealerships Buchanan owns. It's aided by two airline and yacht leasing businesses he holds, as well as a series of rental properties in and around Florida. He's also listed as a partner or managing member of more than 30 companies and organizations.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$50.32M
 
Real estate
$23.65M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.05M


show hide member info 10.Rep. Diane Black R-Tenn.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #10 $45.95M $56.95M $11.00M
Previous year #20 $21.24M $32.24M $11.00M
Change 10 116.31% 76.63% 0.00%
Black’s wealth more than doubled in the past year — a minimum net worth of at least $21.24 million ballooned to at least $45.95 million in 2014.

At least half of that wealth — with a minimum value of $20 million — comes from real estate owned by Black and her spouse. This year, the couple picked up more properties in the Nashville area.

The rest of the third-term Republican’s wealth, at least $25 million, comes from a diverse portfolio of investments, which has grown significantly since last year. As did her disclosure report.

The couple again reported $11 million in mortgages — two of which they refinanced. According to her filing, Black has a letter on file with the House Ethics Committee disclosing that she is a member of Ebon Falcon LLC, and is a limited partner and manager of Empirical Capital Partners LP.

In her report, Black disclosed a trip with the International Conservation Caucus Foundation to Colombia and Peru. The group covered the cost of food and lodging for Black and her spouse, but how much they spent is not known.

An earlier version of this writeup misstated Black's property holdings. It was corrected on Oct. 29.
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Assets by type

 
Investments
$34.91M
 
Real estate
$21.75M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.28M


show hide member info 11.Rep. Scott Peters D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #11 $40.19M $40.23M $0.05M
Previous year #8 $45.04M $45.11M $0.07M
Change -3 -10.78% -10.81% -30.77%
Peters' minimum net worth dropped by some $5 million in 2014, knocking the two-term Democrat from the top 10 for the first time since he was elected to Congress in 2012.

Millions of the San Diego Democrat's assets are in municipal bonds across the Golden State, as well as in states such as Nebraska, Texas and Wisconsin. Peters also sold off a number of those bonds between 2013 and 2014, which led to some of the $5 million drop in his assets.

Peters also saw his liabilities go down, as a revolving line of credit from Citibank decreased from at least $50,000 to at least $15,000.

The two-term Democrat, who represents a swing district in Southern California, earned some of his millions as an environmental attorney. But a large portion of his wealth is thanks to his wife, Lynn Gorguze, who heads up the private equity firm Cameron Holdings. Her father established the firm, which focuses on manufacturing enterprises.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$37.88M
 
Real estate
$0.25M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$2.10M


show hide member info 12.Rep. Alan Grayson D-Fla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #12 $33.86M $39.36M $5.50M
Previous year #17 $26.18M $31.68M $5.50M
Change 5 29.34% 24.24% 0.00%
Grayson saw a $7.68 million increase in his minimum net worth in 2014, bumping the Florida Democrat up a half-dozen spots in the annual rankings.

The increase was entirely thanks to gains in his minimum assets, as his liabilities remained stable at $5.5 million.

The biggest increase in Grayson's portfolio was a balance and cash account, which is now worth at least $25 million, up from a value of at least $5 million in 2013. Grayson told Roll Call he did not know why the asset increased, only saying that it could have been at the higher end of the range in 2013 and could have increased a small amount in 2014.

"I understand you follow your procedures, I follow the rules," Grayson said of the increase.

Also listed is the Grayson Fund Management Co., an asset management firm Grayson launched after losing re-election in 2010, which has earned him negative press since announcing he will run for Senate in 2016. Grayson's stake in the firm dropped dramatically in 2014 to a value of at least $1 million, down from at least $5 million in 2013.

Grayson sold off many of his stock holdings in 2014, but held on to $2.15 million in stock options in China Mobile.

"Generally speaking, the situation is similar to what it was last year, the same assets in general are reported, there were more transactions," Grayson said.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$14.23M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$25.13M


show hide member info 13.Rep. James B. Renacci R-Ohio
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #13 $31.62M $31.62M $0.00M
Previous year #15 $28.08M $29.08M $1.00M
Change 2 12.60% 8.73% -100.00%
After dropping two years in a row, Renacci’s minimum net worth increased by 11 percent, bumping him up two spots in this year’s ranking.

Renacci knows a thing or two about financial documentation: a certified public accountant, his financial disclosure report is 457 pages.

The Pennsylvania native began working as a CPA in Pittsburgh, where he first started consulting with the nursing home industry. He later moved to Wadsworth, Ohio, to start his own business and invest in nursing homes, later serving as mayor of the town.

One of the biggest gains in his portfolio over the past year was a $750,000 increase in the minimum value of his stake in LTC Management Service, a long-term care consulting company of which he is president. He also added a $1 million investment in an Eagle Class JPMorgan tax-free money market fund to his holdings.

Renacci owns significant real estate holdings in Ohio, as well as $1 million in property in Washington, D.C. He has at least a half-million dollars invested in Harley Davidson dealerships.

The third-term representative grew up in a working class family, and his original goal when he went to college was to be a police officer. He now holds an equity membership worth at least $15,000 in a golf club.

An avid sports fan, he’s long been vested in sports franchises. He currently holds at least a $250,000 stake in the Lancaster JetHawks, a minor league baseball team in California.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$26.92M
 
Real estate
$4.25M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.45M


show hide member info 14.Rep. Suzan DelBene D-Wash.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #14 $31.02M $31.02M $0.00M
Previous year #10 $37.89M $37.89M $0.00M
Change -4 -18.13% -18.13% 0.00%
The second-term Democrat saw her minimum net worth decline 22 percent over the past year, but thanks to her and her husband's massive personal fortune, she's still the third richest woman in Congress.

The couple purchased a home in Washington, D.C., for at least $1 million in August of 2015. They also own a home in Medina, Wash., worth at least $5 million. Despite bicoastal residencies worth millions of dollars, DelBene has no liabilities.

The sale or partial sale of several large index and stock funds contributed to DelBene's lower minimum net worth. The minimum value of a government money market fund jointly held by the couple, which has been valued at at least $5 million, declined.

Reed College brought DelBene to the West, and after graduating she landed at a biotech startup in Seattle. She later worked at Microsoft, where she met her husband, Kurt. Most of DelBene’s assets — stocks and bonds, as well as some university and municipal bonds — are jointly held with him. Kurt returned to Microsoft this spring after overseeing the government's health care enrollment website, healthcare.gov.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$24.57M
 
Real estate
$6.45M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 15.Rep. Nancy Pelosi D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #15 $29.35M $42.81M $13.47M
Previous year #14 $29.01M $42.36M $13.35M
Change -1 1.17% 1.07% 0.86%
Pelosi’s minimum net worth of $29.35 million reflects a slight increase over the $29 million the House minority leader reported in 2013.

Pelosi and her husband, Paul, continue to enjoy the fruits of their California real estate investments. Their holdings include properties worth at least $14.65 million, including a St. Helena vineyard in Napa Valley worth at least $5 million, and commercial real estate in San Francisco.

Most of Pelosi’s reported earnings are connected to her husband, who invests heavily in stocks such as Apple, Comcast, Facebook, Shutterfly and Walt Disney. Paul Pelosi also holds at least a $10 million stake in the United Football League, a small, alternative to the National Football League that cut short its 2012 season and never returned.

The couple reported $13.46 million in liabilities. Pelosi and her husband are paying mortgages on seven properties, including the St. Helena vineyard, plus other properties in Napa and San Francisco, and a condominium near the harbor in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. After opening two new lines of home equity credit in 2014, the couple added at least $1 million to their liabilities.

In 2014, Paul Pelosi reported earning a salary from Financial Leasing Services and collecting management fees from other enterprises.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$18.46M
 
Real estate
$24.35M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 16.Rep. Roger Williams R-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #16 $27.45M $31.48M $4.03M
Previous year #16 $28.01M $31.52M $3.51M
Change 0 -1.99% -0.14% 14.67%
Williams held onto his rank in the 50 richest, with his minimum net worth slipping only slightly to $27.45 million. The change reflects a land loan of a least $500,000, which coincides with an expansion of the Texas Republican’s Fort Worth-area automobile dealership.

Adding a new 18-acre lot to his Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram enterprise, Williams broke ground on a new building in April. With an estimated value of at least $25 million, the myriad automotive holdings of JRW Corporation and Affiliates is William’s largest asset. Revenue streams in from rent on his dealership properties, plus a small car-washing venture.

Williams is also invested in oil and gas, including offshore drilling. He and his wife, Patty, both sold their stakes in Twitter. In addition to stock dividends, Patty earned a paycheck from one of the family’s car dealerships and the home-design company P.K. Flowers Interior.

The couple owns a lake house outside Marble Falls, Texas, and a personal residence. Each home is valued at least $1 million. In 2012, they borrowed upward of $250,000 for a mortgage on a personal residence at the exclusive Horseshoe Bay Resort in the heart of the Texas Hill Country.

To decorate the swanky abodes, Williams and his wife have amassed at least $1 million of art and museum collectibles. Williams, who pursued a professional baseball career in the early 1970s, has treated himself to valuable sports memorabilia, in addition to political and military artifacts.

He sits on the board of directors for the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame, and the finance committee for the George W. Bush Presidential Center.

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$28.18M
 
Real estate
$3.20M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.10M


show hide member info 17.Rep. Tom MacArthur R-N.J.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #17 $25.90M $30.90M $5.00M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
A wealthy former insurance executive, MacArthur joins the ranks of Congress' richest with a net worth of at least $25.9 million.

The freshman Republican from New Jersey caught flak during his congressional campaign when he bolstered his own coffers with a loan of at least $200,000, according to financial disclosures. MacArthur also faced attacks on his former firm, York Risk Services, where he earned his millions. (The firm was sued by disaster victims in Texas and California for mishandling their claims, but the suit was settled after he departed in 2010.)

Most of the congressman's assets are tied up in joint investments with his wife, Debbie. The largest pieces of the couple's portfolio include two $1 million-plus hedge funds, stakes of at least $250,000 of holdings in in Seagate Technology, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and a smattering of energy firms. MacArthur also invests in Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Johnson & Johnson and municipal holdings around the nation.

In 2008, MacArthur tucked away some of his wealth in separate irrevocable trusts for his two children. The money is invested in stocks ranging from CVS Health Corporation, Colgate and Pfizer to Starbucks, Apple and Microsoft. He also invests in an IRA.

MacArthur serves as vice president, treasurer, secretary and director of IGH Charitable Foundation, a private grant-making foundation in Randolph, N.J. In 2010, the couple took out a securities backed variable rate loan valued from $5 million to $25 million.

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show hide member info 18.Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen R-N.J.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #18 $24.73M $24.73M $0.00M
Previous year #19 $22.21M $22.21M $0.00M
Change 1 11.33% 11.33% 0.00%
Frelinghuysen, one of the most powerful moderates in Congress, moved up one spot on the 2014 Wealth of Congress Index. His minimum net worth increased by about $2 million, amounting to a nearly $25 million minimum net worth.

About a quarter of Frelinghuysen’s wealth comes from stock in Procter and Gamble, which he inherited though a family link to the company on his mother’s side. Frelinghuysen owns more than $6 million in stock in the cleaning, drug and personal care multinational company.

The New Jersey Republican chairs the influential defense appropriations subcommittee, and, as the second most senior member on Appropriations, he could take over as head of the full committee in 2017. Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers, R-Ky., is term limited, and his term as chairman expires at the end of 2016.

In the meantime, with a focus on appropriations for the Defense Department, Frelinghuysen's financial disclosure also shows he has stake in several companies that do business with the Defense Department, including sizable holdings with some of the top defense contractors.

Frelinghuysen has a $1 million stake in IBM, which was awarded a $12 million contract through the Army General Fund Audit Support Services in July 2014. He also invests around $100,000 in Royal Dutch Shell and $100,000 in Exxon Mobil, both of which provide fuel for the DOD. The DOD awarded Shell Oil a more than $1.3 billion contract in December 2013 for aviation fuel, and Exxon received a nearly $380 million for aviation turbine and naval fuel in August 2014.

Aside from those investments, Frelinghuysen has more than half a million dollars in real estate investments. That includes $250,000 in nearly 18 acres of “unimproved land” in the Frelinghuysen Township in New Jersey. He also shares stake in land and a rental home in Stockbridge, Mass.

Frelinghuysen’s surname is well known around New Jersey, as well as at the Capitol. He became the sixth Frelinghuysen to serve in Congress when he took the oath of office in 1995, with legislative roots dating back to the Continental Congress. Frelinghuysen represents a safe Republican seat in the affluent 11th District, which is located in northern New Jersey.

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show hide member info 19.Rep. Chris Collins R-N.Y.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #19 $23.83M $23.83M $0.00M
Previous year #18 $22.50M $22.50M $0.00M
Change -1 5.93% 5.93% 0.00%
Collins’ wealth increased by about $1 million in 2014, amounting to a minimum net worth of $23.8 million for the former businessman and county executive.

The New York Republican has sizable investments in a number of biotech companies, which coincide with his seat on the Energy and Commerce Committee — a post awarded after he was elected to a second term in 2014.

Collins has investments in several western New York companies, includinf two where he was previously employed. Collins has at least $500,000 invested in Zepto Metrix Corp., a biotech organization, and at least $5 million invested in Volland Electric Corp. He's listed as chairman of Zepto Metrix Corp. and maintains positions in 13 other companies. His wife Mary also lists receiving a salary from both corporations, though she is not required to disclose her salary.

Collins openly maintains stake in the companies, even listing eight of the industries on his biography on his House website, describing them as “his current companies.” His private sector success, and his stint as Erie County executive during a financial crisis, helped him win the 27th District in 2012, which the Rothenberg Gonzalez Political Report/Roll Call rates as a safe Republican seat.

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show hide member info 20.Sen. Jim Risch R-Idaho
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #20 $19.14M $20.19M $1.05M
Previous year #22 $19.24M $19.79M $0.55M
Change 2 -0.53% 2.02% 90.91%
Despite Risch’s minimum net worth decreasing by some $100,000, he's still one of the 20 wealthiest members of Congress.

Risch became chairman of the Energy subcommittee on the Energy and Natural Resources Committee in the 114th Congress, with a focus on limiting federal regulations over power generators. Despite his congressional focus, the bulk of Risch’s wealth comes from his Idaho land.

He jointly owns more than 250 acres of land in Idaho’s Ada and Canyon counties, which is worth at least $16 million.

Before Risch became a prosecutor in Ada County, which launched his career in state and then federal government, he worked as a rancher and small business owner. He and his wife Vicki still reside on a ranch in Boise, Idaho, and they also have a condominium in the District of Columbia.

Risch acquired a second condo in D.C. in 2014, worth at least $500,000. The condo, along with an additional joint checking account worth at least $500,000, helped boost the value of his assets in 2014. The additional condo added to Risch’s list of liabilities though, along with another joint mortgage, with values of at least $250,000 each.

Risch won his second Senate term in 2014, though a prior Idaho state race still leaves its legacy on the Idaho Republican’s financial disclosure. Risch continues to list at least $250,000 in outstanding notes for his successful 2002 primary run for lieutenant governor.

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show hide member info 21.Sen. Claire McCaskill D-Mo.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #21 $19.10M $19.40M $0.30M
Previous year #24 $18.38M $18.93M $0.55M
Change 3 3.96% 2.52% -45.45%
McCaskill’s minimum net worth increased to $19.10 million. It was a sizable bump, but far less than the previous year's $3.43 million boost.

Much of McCaskill’s fortune comes from real estate and investments owned by her husband, Joseph Shepard. Shepard owns eight companies worth more than $1 million, including some with tax credits in Missouri and Georgia, as well as TLG Aviation, a company that owns a private jet McCaskill and her husband occasionally use. Shepard also has more than $1 million invested in Berkshire Hathaway Class A stock, and has the same amount invested in Enterprise Financial Services Corporation and a S&P 500 mutual fund exchange.

In her own name, McCaskill has at least $137,000 in assets, including a $50,000 bank account. She also listed an ongoing agreement from May 2013 with Simon & Schuster, the publisher of her book, "Plenty Ladylike," which was released in August 2015.

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show hide member info 22.Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III D-Mass.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #22 $18.64M $19.43M $0.79M
Previous year #21 $20.00M $20.83M $0.83M
Change -1 -6.77% -6.69% -4.82%
The last Kennedy left in Congress slides down one spot to No. 22 in the latest Wealth of Congress rankings after seeing his sizable fortune — still some $18.64 million strong — dwindle by approximately 7 percent over the past 12 months.

The Massachusetts Democrat's portfolio is filled with a slew of amply stocked trust funds and individual investments totaling more than $19 million. His most generous commodities include a common trust fund worth at least $5 million, while his largest stake in any single enterprise appears to be the at least $750,000 he’s sunk into Exxon Mobil.

He and wife Lauren Anne Birchfield also managed to chip away some $40,000 of their debt. Her student loans remain (she’s in the hole some $50,000 to the federal government, Harvard and a Des Moines-based educational outfit), as does at least $750,000 in mortgage payments on their East Coast residences; the District digs continue to set the couple back at least half a million dollars.

Kennedy, the son of former Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy II and grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, won election to the House in 2012 after working as a county prosecutor.

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show hide member info 23.Sen. Bob Corker R-Tenn.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #23 $17.98M $18.98M $1.00M
Previous year #23 $19.12M $19.12M $0.00M
Change 0 -5.98% -0.75% 0.00%
Real estate mogul Bob Corker beefed up his extensive portfolio this past year by making at least two major acquisitions.

The Tennessee Republican's minimum net worth dropped only slightly despite heading to Raymond James Bank with hat in hand to request a revolving line of credit (at a bargain basement 1.48 percent annual rate) granting him immediate access to more than $1 million. That tipped the scales against him in the final analysis — he had no debts last year — even though he spent at least double that amount in separate bids to add to his commercial real estate holdings.

Corker directed at least $1 million each toward Delaware-based NLL Holdings (where he also secured a membership role) and McGowin Park LLC; the latter is involved in developing a highly anticipated 600,000-sqaure foot shopping complex slowly taking shape in Mobile, Ala.

The second-term lawmaker has also taken to buying local; he’s entrusted at least $50,000 of his nest egg to Sweetgreen, the D.C.-born, fast casual eatery eyeing nationwide expansion.

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show hide member info 24.Sen. John Hoeven R-N.D.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #24 $17.54M $17.54M $0.00M
Previous year #28 $15.16M $16.16M $1.00M
Change 4 15.72% 8.55% -100.00%
Banking vet Hoeven’s fiscal health improved significantly last year courtesy of compounded interest, expanding business opportunities and debt management.

The onetime president of Westbrand Inc. Bank Holding Co. — he keeps at least $1 million parked in a personal account at First Western Bank & Trust and owns at least $5 million in company stock — climbs up from No. 28 on the list last year after shoring up his net worth by an additional $2.38 million, placing him within striking distance of sitting on a cool $18 million.

Shedding the $1 million-plus personal loan from State Bank & Trust in Kenmare, N.D., he’d been shouldering since 2009 undoubtedly helped bolster his bottom line.

Hoeven benefited from the consolidation of Kinder Morgan Energy Partners under the umbrella of broader based Kinder Morgan Inc., a merger that produced an infusion of cash and an additional 1,600 shares in the burgeoning firm resulting in at least a $50,000 gain. He also scored upwards of $15,000 in stock in CDK Global following the successful spinoff of one of their automotive industry supporting ventures.

One of 10 former governors in the Senate, Hoeven was elected easily in 2010 and is unlikely to have a more difficult path to re-election next year.

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show hide member info 25.Sen. Ron Johnson R-Wis.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #25 $17.00M $17.00M $0.00M
Previous year #30 $13.52M $13.52M $0.00M
Change 5 25.79% 25.79% 0.00%
Johnson's single biggest asset is a money market account at Charles Schwab worth between $5 million and $25 million. His 5 percent ownership stake in Pacur, LLC. — a plastics manufacturer he launched with his brother-in-law that's involved in medical device packaging and high-tech printing applications — is valued at more than $4.65 million, an increase of $253,000 from 2013.

The amount of his Pacur, LLC asset last year was counted by its minimum value in the range of $1,000,001 to $5 million. The specificity is what gave him the large jump on paper.

Johnson also has a 9.9 percent ownership stake worth between $250,001 and $500,000 in DP Lenticular Ltd., a 3D printing business based in Ireland.

Johnson's only notable loss was in his checking account, which decreased in range, from a minimum of $250,001 to $100,001. But the actual loss could have been as little as $1.

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show hide member info 26.Sen. David Perdue R-Ga.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #26 $16.78M $17.28M $0.50M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
David Perdue may be new to the Senate, but he is not new to money.

The 65-year-old freshman Republican from Georgia (and cousin to the Peach State's former governor Sonny Perdue) has served as the top executive at several companies, most recently as CEO of Dollar General and previously of Reebok. Those positions helped him rack up an impressive minimum net worth of $16.78 million and place him well within the top 50 in Congress.

Perdue keeps most of his money spread out in a number of stock investments, with most assets having a value of $15,000 to $50,000. (He does have at least $100,000 in staples such as Coca-Cola, John Deere, General Motors, and Procter and Gamble.)

Perdue also does list a $500,000 margin loan from Goldman Sachs, his only liability.

The son of schoolteachers, Perdue defeated a wide field of Republicans for the Senate nomination in 2014 and won the general election against another candidate with a well-known last name, Democrat Michelle Nunn.

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show hide member info 27.Rep. Richard Hanna R-N.Y.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #27 $16.13M $16.14M $0.01M
Previous year #26 $15.30M $15.32M $0.02M
Change -1 5.42% 5.35% -50.00%
Hanna, now in his third term representing central New York, makes the 50 richest list yet again, with a minimum net worth of $16.13 million. That's up more than $800,000 from the previous year when Hanna reported a minimum net worth of $15.3 million.

Hanna made a healthy amount of his money with a construction company, which he built from the ground up, but he has also been an aggressive stock investor.

His portfolio features holdings of at least $500,000 in companies such as Colegate-Palmolive and Chevron, and at least $250,000 in Raytheon and Tupperware.

He lists a $250,000 investment in his congressional campaign, stemming from loans made several years ago. In his latest filing with the Federal Election Commission, on July 15, Richard Hanna for Congress Committee reported an outstanding debt to the congressman of $194,000.

Hanna also holds a significant amount of money in real estate investments, with properties totaling at least $3 million collectively. Held jointly with his wife, Hanna's only liability is a revolving line of credit to Chase Bank, to which he owes at least $10,000.

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show hide member info 28.Rep. Don Beyer Jr. D-Va.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #28 $16.01M $17.98M $1.98M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Beyer, a former two-term lieutenant governor and ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein, comes to Congress with a healthy nest egg.

His name is synonymous with cars to most northern Virginians. The Virginia Democrat owns several auto dealerships, some of which are listed under business entity assets with quirky names, such as "Forbidden Fruit LLC" and "The Great Experiment."

His largest asset is a dealership worth at least $5 million, though he has others worth at least $1 million. Beyer also owns a substantial amount of real estate, with 11 assets in that category, six of which are individually worth at least $1 million each.

For as much money as Beyer has, he also owes a substantial amount. His financial disclosure lists four mortgages, owing at least $1.85 million on those properties. Beyer also lists three auto loans, as well as an American Express card with at least $50,000 in charges.

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show hide member info 29.Sen. John McCain R-Ariz.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #29 $14.41M $14.55M $0.15M
Previous year #27 $15.17M $15.32M $0.15M
Change -2 -5.07% -5.02% 0.00%
The McCain fortune is almost entirely thanks to the senator’s wife, Cindy.

For the past two decades, she has been the controlling stockholder in Hensley & Co., which her father, Jim, started in Arizona in the 1950s. It has grown to become the largest beverage distributor in the burgeoning state, as well as the third-largest Anheuser-Busch distributor in the country.

After more than doubling two years ago, the senator’s minimum net worth plateaued, with a loss of some $700,000 primarily attributed to real estate transactions. The couple has been quite active in real estate, selling one property for at least $250,000 and investing at least $500,000 in another.

Beyond his Senate salary and $70,000 in book royalties, the only income McCain added to the 2014 ledger was a $72,000 pension from his quarter-century in the Navy.

Overall, McCain is in the middle of a financial rebound after seeing his millions shrink steadily since his 2008 bid for president. His net worth was at least $20 million just seven years ago, when he was the 13th wealthiest member of Congress.

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show hide member info 30.Rep. Fred Upton R-Mich.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #30 $14.32M $14.83M $0.52M
Previous year #53 $11.80M $12.20M $0.40M
Change 23 21.31% 21.55% 28.75%
Fred Upton returns to the top 50 due to a reporting error in calculating his 2014 net worth, which had inadvertently left him off the previous year's list. The bulk of his wealth comes from the mammoth trusts he and his wife have. Upton's financial disclosure form was accompanied by a letter to Ethics committee Chairman Charlie Dent explaining that the trusts are managed by JP Morgan Chase and Northern Trust, and that Upton doesn't retain any investment management authority or decision making power. Despite this clarification, he went on to list the individual stocks and holdings within the trusts.

Upton’s grandfather founded Whirlpool Corp., which is based in his Michigan district, and the House Energy and Commerce Committee chairman reported holdings of more than $7 million in the company. The family trusts make up the largest part of Upton’s reported $14.3 million in assets, which also includes substantial holdings in Pepsi, Yum Brands and Exxon Mobil.

As for liabilities, Upton and his wife jointly hold a JPMorgan Chase mortgage and home equity line of credit. Upton also has a promissory note from the Stephen E. Upton Revocable Living Trust, with a $250,001 minimum value.

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show hide member info 31.Rep. Kenny Marchant R-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #31 $13.91M $15.02M $1.11M
Previous year #48 $8.13M $11.75M $3.63M
Change 17 71.06% 27.75% -69.38%
Marchant’s minimum net worth grew by more than $5.77 million between 2013 and 2014, the first time in three years the Texas Republican’s minimum did not decrease.

This means Marchant, whose minimum net worth in 2014 was $13.91 million, skyrocketed up 17 slots in Roll Call’s Wealth of Congress rankings after mingling toward the bottom of the top 50 list.

His latest report, which came in at more than 2,300 pages, included a minimum of $15 million in assets, about $3.26 million more than in 2013. The cause? It appeared to be a good year for his impressive stock portfolio: This past year, what has consistently been his largest listed asset — the First Dallas Hodges Fund — came in at $3.8 million, compared to $1 million in 2013 and $2.7 million in 2012.

Meanwhile, some things stayed the same. As in 2012, Marchant continued to list a minimum value of $1 million for the CPC Lion Fund II asset. A wealthy real estate developer, he continued to put a $1 million minimum price tag on Bonita Land and Cattle Ltd., described as “3,500 acres, cattle, equipment.”

He also in a year’s time managed to lower his debt by a total of $2.5 million by paying off some of a home equity line of credit and a large portion of a separate line of credit with North Dallas Bank.

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show hide member info 32.Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner R-Wis.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #32 $13.52M $13.52M $0.00M
Previous year #31 $13.04M $13.04M $0.00M
Change -1 3.67% 3.67% 0.00%
Sensenbrenner’s finances went largely unchanged over the past year.

The Wisconsin Republican shows a minimum net worth of $13.52 million in 2014 — $478,000 more than the previous year — with no listed liabilities. The relatively modest increase is thanks, in part, to the acquisition of a new stock holding of $120,995 in Halyard Health, a business that launched in late 2014 as a spinoff of Kimberly-Clark, the paper and consumer goods giant, of which Sensenbrenner is heir.

As in previous years, Sensenbrenner reports ownership of 16 individual trusts in the names of various family members, most notably his two sons, Robert and Frank.

He also reports four company stocks held in trusts: In addition to family business Kimberly-Clark and Halyard Health, he lists $18,322 in Neenah Paper, a premium paper company, and $36,124 in Schweitzer-Mauduit, which purports to be the “largest producer of cigarette papers in the world.” Eight of the 16 trusts he holds in the names of family members are stocks held in trust for these companies for each of his sons.

First elected in 1979, the second longest-serving House Republican has always exhibited a commitment to transparency and accountability in his approach to the government mandated financial disclosure process. He is among a very small pool of lawmakers who provide to the public more about their personal finances than congressional rules dictate, each year submitting hundreds of pages of down-to-the-penny details relating to his diversified securities portfolio.

If Sensenbrenner had filled out the standard House disclosure form that asks members to list a range of value for each asset rather than a specific amount, his minimum net worth would appear a little more than half the actual amount, and he might not appear on the 50 richest roster, this year or in years prior.

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show hide member info 33.Rep. Lloyd Doggett D-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #33 $12.94M $13.19M $0.25M
Previous year #36 $11.51M $11.76M $0.25M
Change 3 12.42% 12.16% 0.00%
Doggett's net worth grew by at least $1.43 million this year after a $1 million increase the year before. His personal assets grew by at least $1.4 million, while his liabilities remained unchanged at $250,000.

The vast majority of the Texas Democrat's wealth is derived from stocks and mutual funds, a number

of which he sold this year. The hundreds of thousands in stocks sold include IBM, Proctor and Gamble, bonds and mutual funds. Doggett's largest individual stock holding value is at least $1 million in Austin-based supermarket giant Whole Foods.

Doggett also owns three rental properties in and around Austin, including a Travis County rental property worth at least $1 million. That property remains his lone liability, with a letter of credit worth between $250,000 and $500,000.

In addition to his House salary, Doggett also lists $69,995 in annuity income from the Employees Retirement System of Texas, earned during his tenure in the Texas Senate and on the Texas Supreme Court.

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show hide member info 34.Rep. Nita M. Lowey D-N.Y.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #34 $12.03M $12.03M $0.00M
Previous year #38 $11.48M $11.48M $0.00M
Change 4 4.80% 4.80% 0.00%
Lowey’s net worth decreased in 2013, but the tide turned in 2014, with her net worth increasing by at least $550,000.

The New York Democrat has a top spot on the powerful House Appropriations Committee and became the first woman to lead either party’s roster on the committee when she became ranking member in the 113th Congress. On the panel for more than 20 years, she has in that time joined the list of the richest members of Congress.

This year Lowey moved up four spots in the ranks of wealthiest lawmakers with a minimum net worth of more than $12 million. The increase is attributed mostly to her husband, Stephen, listing an additional $1 million in a mutual fund investment. Mr. Lowey’s funds shifted compared to the 2013 disclosure, indicating he retired from the law firm he helped found in 1968.

The bulk of the couple’s wealth is thanks to several investment accounts worth at least $1 million, and Lowey once again did not list any liabilities. As in previous years, Lowey lists two sizable real estate holdings, including a joint investment in a Capitol Hill apartment worth at least $250,000. Lowey’s husband also lists an apartment in New York City that is worth at least $1 million.

For the second year in a row, the value of Lowey’s New York State and Local Retirement System pension as “undetermined.” The pension stems from her work with the New York Secretary of State.

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$1.25M
 
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show hide member info 35.Rep. Scott Rigell R-Va.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #35 $11.40M $12.90M $1.50M
Previous year #39 $11.29M $12.79M $1.50M
Change 4 0.94% 0.83% 0.00%
Rigell’s wealth, assets and liabilities remained relatively unchanged from last year.

The car dealer's net worth is at least $11.39 million, compared with a minimum of $11.29 million the previous year. Broken down, his assets are $12.8 million, up only slightly from $12.79 million the previous year, and his $1.5 million of liabilities was identical.

Rigell and his wife, Terri, have a substantial portion of their wealth concentrated in revocable trusts.

He has several commercial and other real estate properties, including car dealerships. Many of his LLCs are in the restaurant business, and Rigell holds multiple "president" or "partner" positions at dozens of LLCs and companies — though he states they are all "uncompensated."

As for liabilities, Rigell listed a home equity line of credit of at least $1 million on his home in Virginia Beach and a mortgage of at least $500,000 on his personal residence in Washington, D.C.

Rigell’s first business out of college was a cleaning service, which initially consisted of him and his wife. By 1990, he had earned a master's degree in business. He opened an auto dealership in the Virginia Beach area. Around that time, he began contributing to and volunteering for Republican candidates, while also active in numerous business and charitable organizations.

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show hide member info 36.Rep. Trent Franks R-Ariz.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #36 $9.85M $11.10M $1.25M
Previous year #39 $11.10M $11.10M $0.00M
Change 3 -11.26% 0.00% 0.00%
Franks’ minimum net worth dropped to $9.85 million in 2014, $1.25 million less than in 2013.

Not coincidentally, $1.25 million in mortgages for properties in Peoria and Glendale, Ariz., popped up this year as liabilities. Both were incurred years ago, but this is the first time the Republican has acknowledged debt since 2012, when he reported owing a minimum of $30,000 in “revolving charges accounts” to Capitol One Bank and Barclays Bank Delaware.

It turns out that might have been a mistake. A July 1, 2015, memo from Franks to the House Ethics Committee — later made public as part of the Congressman’s annual financial disclosure filing — stated that in the process of preparing his 2014 paperwork he was advised to include the two mortgages on homes he “own[s] personally.”

“Since both the homes indicated are valued in excess of the mortgages indicated and I received on rental income from either of the homes, neither seems to be reportable on this disclosure,” Franks wrote. He also asked the committee to provide guidance on what amendments might be necessary to previous years’ financial disclosures.

Otherwise, Franks’ finances for 2014 are consistent and unsurprising.

He continues to benefit from his affiliation with Liberty Petroleum Corp., the Phoenix-based oil business he founded in 1997 with his brother. Last year, Franks reported earning at least $11 million through investments and trusts with Providence Petroleum Corp and Trinity Petroleum Corp., which the Franks brothers also own.

Franks also lists at least $100,000 for the LP 1000 Life Pager, a decoy pager that contains pepper spray for self-defense.

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show hide member info 37.Rep. John Fleming R-La.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #37 $9.64M $11.31M $1.67M
Previous year #42 $9.06M $10.78M $1.73M
Change 5 6.43% 4.84% -3.48%
Fleming saw his net worth rise by more than half a million dollars, as his assets grew to $11.31 million from $10.78 million and his liabilities fell to $1.67 million from $1.73 million.

Fleming operates several businesses in northwest Louisiana, including more than 30 Subway franchises and an active real estate rental operation. He and his wife, Cindy, jointly run a sub-franchising business for the UPS Store worth at least $1 million.

Fleming Franchise Development, LLC, remains his largest asset, worth at least $5 million. It generates income from his various Subway and UPS operations, plus rent from JCF Properties. One of his assets includes at least $1 in royalties from book sales at Prevention Publications, of which he serves as a member of the organization.

Among his liabilities, two mortgages for the physician's homes in Minden, La., and Washington, D.C., are worth at least $1 million and $500,000 respectively. He also has a $50,000 business loan from 1997 and keeps a revolving charge on his American Express bill of a minimum of $15,000.

In addition to Fleming’s net worth, he continued to report earned income from his spouse’s salary as director of the Minden Family Care Center, of which Fleming serves as president and director.

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show hide member info 38.Sen. Johnny Isakson R-Ga.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #38 $9.51M $9.52M $0.01M
Previous year #43 $8.93M $8.94M $0.01M
Change 5 6.55% 6.55% 0.00%
Isakson boosted his minimum net worth to $9.5 million in 2014, reflecting a gain of about $500,000 in the Georgia Republican's money market investments. An account at Wells Fargo, previously valued between $15,000 and $50,000 is now worth at least $100,000. A SunTrust account totals at least $1 million, an increase from its $500,000 listing last year.

A blind trust Isakson established in 2012 is listed at $5 million to $25 million and holds the bulk of the second-term senator's wealth. Since 2013, when the trust more than doubled in value, Isakson has opted not to detail its assets. He collected at least $100,000 in income from the trust, consistent with his cut of the riches in 2012 and 2013.

The value of the former realty executive’s land assets, ranging from mineral rights holdings in Atlanta to condos at the University of Georgia in Athens, remained static. Isakson raked in rent, royalties and capital gains on the properties.

Isakson and his wife, Dianne, own a stately four-bedroom home in Marietta, Ga., and 12 acres near a river in rainy Rabun County. The couple also invests in a timeshare in Hilton Head, S.C., and a Capitol Hill condo in Washington, D.C. The home equity line of credit he incurred in 1993 at a rate of 5.25 percent is valued at at least $10,000.

In addition to his congressional salary, Isakson received more than $8,000 from the Georgia Legislative Retirement System, from his time as a state lawmaker. The Isaksons also collected more than $31,000 in social security payments.

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show hide member info 39.Sen. Mitch McConnell R-Ky.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #39 $9.41M $9.41M $0.00M
Previous year #32 $11.97M $11.97M $0.00M
Change -7 -21.38% -21.38% 0.00%
The Senate majority leader has now been among the 50 wealthiest lawmakers for seven consecutive years, since he won re-election to a fifth term. But in 2014, a year after his minimum net worth jumped by nearly 30 percent, he saw it drop back down 21 percent, to $9.41 million.

The Kentucky Republican’s reportable assets nearly tripled in 2008 thanks to a $5 million gift that he and his wife, former Labor Secretary Elaine L. Chao, received from her father, James, soon after the death of her mother. (After emigrating in the 1960s, the senator’s father-in-law founded a successful international trading business, now called the Foremost Group, specializing in importing Chinese-made goods to the United States.)

The money has been invested ever since in a tax-exempt money market fund. But in 2014, the fund dipped one slot below the $5 million minimum category. Now listed at a minimum of $1 million, because of the wide range in reporting categories it appears on paper as a $4 million loss, although the actual loss could have been as little as $1 and, like many other lawmakers on this list, his true net worth could be much higher.

McConnell has been the top Republican in the Senate since 2007, after the party was relegated to the minority. He became majority leader in the 114th Congress, after Republicans picked up nine Senate seats in the 2014 midterms and regained control of the chamber — and after he beat back a well-financed Democratic challenger, who attacked McConnell for the wealth he's gained while serving in the Senate, with a resounding re-election victory.

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show hide member info 40.Rep. Curt Clawson R-Fla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #40 $9.30M $10.41M $1.12M
Previous year #29 $13.53M $13.80M $0.27M
Change -11 -31.29% -24.53% 320.75%
Clawson, a former automotive executive, sees his place on the list fall dramatically, with a $4.24 million dive in his minimum net worth.

Now in his first full term in the House after winning a June 2014 special election, the Republican's assets are tied up in a number of mutual funds, as well as rental properties in Florida and Michigan. He also has a stake of at least $250,000 in the A.S. Roma soccer club.

But Clawson sold off many of his stock holdings in 2014, helping lead to his decline in net worth. Additionally, Clawson let go of two rental properties, one in Chicago and one in Bonaire, an island off the coast of Venezuela that's a municipality of the Netherlands. Those transactions led to a $3 million hit in his minimum assets.

Adding to the decline was the addition of a $1 million liability, a margin account he took out in 2013 that permits investors to borrow money to purchase securities.

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show hide member info 41.Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney D-N.Y.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #41 $9.15M $10.15M $1.00M
Previous year #48 $7.73M $9.73M $2.00M
Change 7 18.37% 4.32% -50.00%
Maloney’s minimum net worth jumped $1.42 million over the last year and moved her up more than a half-dozen slots on the annual list.

Most of Maloney’s wealth is in real estate, with beach rental homes and properties in Virginia and North Carolina and a rental home in Jamaica. She also owns a rental home in New York City and a townhouse near the Capitol that she leases to fellow House members. She claimed at least $150,000 in rental income between those two properties.

Maloney picked up more real estate investments worth at least $100,000 since her last report with the settling of her father’s estate at the end of 2013.

While she reported a modest balance of at least $1,000 in her Congressional Credit Union account, she had at least $1 million in her checking account.

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show hide member info 42.Rep. Mike Kelly R-Pa.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #42 $8.73M $8.73M $0.00M
Previous year #46 $8.51M $8.51M $0.00M
Change 4 2.57% 2.57% 0.00%
Kelly moves several spots up the 50 richest list by adding more than $200,000 to his net worth.

The Pennsylvania Republican made his fortune in car dealerships, but much of his net worth is in his wife Victoria’s extensive stock portfolio. The Kellys made a number of large transactions of some of their holdings in state and municipal bonds, selling 10 with a value of least $100,000 and purchasing seven with a value of at least $100,000. Mike Kelly also purchased an annuity valued at at least $250,000.

Victoria Kelly’s holdings include investments in bonds from 15 states valued at more than $2 million.

The Kellys also reported stocks in Pennsylvania gas and oil companies, valued at at least $42,009 from which they reported at least $19,117 in income.

Natural gas development has become a controversial issue in Pennsylvania. The Marcellus Shale runs underneath Kelly’s Pennsylvania district and a natural gas boom from shale drilling has sparked a debate over the economic and environmental implications of fracking. Gov. Tom Wolf is pushing for a new severance tax on fracking to help fund the state’s education system.

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show hide member info 43.Rep. Bill Foster D-Ill.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #43 $8.32M $8.32M $0.00M
Previous year #51 $7.42M $7.42M $0.00M
Change 8 12.20% 12.20% 0.00%
Foster joins the 50 richest list for the first time after finishing just outside of it last year.

A Ph.D. physicist before he came to Congress, Foster is a self-made man — with the help of his brother, Fred. The two started Electronic Theatre Controls in their basement with a $500 loan from their parents when Foster was a 19-year-old college sophomore. Their theater lighting business now provides lighting for 70 percent of the country’s theater and entertainment venues.

Foster sold his interest in the business in 2007 to avoid any conflict of interest.

Foster's net worth is listed as at least $8.32 million up from $7.42 million the year before. He reported income of at least $161,122 from his stock portfolio.

The Illinois Democrat was first elected in a March 2008 special to replace former Speaker J. Dennis Hastert. He was elected to a full term that November, defeated in 2010, then won a Democratic-leaning seat in 2012, after redistricting.

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show hide member info 44.Sen. Ron Wyden D-Ore.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #44 $8.24M $8.49M $0.25M
Previous year #56 $6.74M $6.99M $0.25M
Change 12 22.31% 21.51% 0.00%
The Oregon Democrat and his wealthy second wife, New York City bookstore heiress Nancy Bass Wyden, return in 2015 to the top 50 with a reported minimum net worth of $8.24 million.

The Wydens' reported worth has fluctuated in the annual rankings (the senator was ranked No. 22 in 2012, with a minimum net worth of $14 million) largely because of variations from year to year on the amount of detail they include in their listings of assets. This year, they're up about $1.5 million over last year.

Much of the couple's wealth is based in Bass-Wyden's co-ownership of Manhattan's iconic Strand Bookstore ("18 Miles Of Books" is their slogan). The store, founded by her grandfather, is listed as worth a minimum of $1 million and generated, according to Wyden's financial disclosure, more than $1 million in income for his spouse last year.

Bass-Wyden also reports ownership stakes worth more than $1 million each in Strand II, Bass Book Trading Inc. and Bass Real Estate LLC. Those three properties generated additional income of at least $1.1 million, according to disclosures. She also collects three salaries, each reported as more than $1,000 annually, from the Strand, Bass Book Trading Inc. and the real estate firm.

The congressman has $100,000 to $250,000 in a money market account in the U.S. Senate Federal Credit Union, and he reports a $250,000 to $500,000 mortgage with Wells Fargo in Washington, D.C.

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show hide member info 45.Sen. Rob Portman R-Ohio
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #45 $8.05M $8.05M $0.00M
Previous year #45 $8.60M $8.60M $0.00M
Change 0 -6.43% -6.43% 0.00%
The junior senator from Ohio is one of the top targets for Democrats to unseat in 2016, as they try to take back the Senate majority. But Portman's an experienced insider with an ample fundraising base, part of why he was a key piece of the National Republican Senatorial Committee's finance efforts last cycle.

But he also has significant personal wealth to tap, should he choose to do so. His financial disclosures show no liabilities, and while his minimum net worth dipped by about half a million dollars, he remains in the top 50 in Congress.

Much of his money is held in a mix of bonds and mutual funds, but there's also no shortage of real estate holdings.

Portman's largest investment remains his interest in Lebanon House, Inc., the old family business that owns the Golden Lamb Inn, which opened in 1803 and is the oldest continuously operating business in Ohio. A dozen presidents have stayed at the Lebanon hotel, and many other statewide and national candidates have held rallies there in hopes of wooing the bellwether precincts of southwestern Ohio. (Mitt Romney visited three weeks before the last presidential election.)

The hotel was purchased by Portman’s maternal grandfather in 1926, and the senator now owns it with his siblings.

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show hide member info 46.Rep. Earl L. Carter R-Ga.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #46 $7.87M $7.87M $0.00M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Carter, a freshman who goes by "Buddy," premieres on the list at No. 45 thanks to the nearly $8 million he’s amassed as a pharmacist and entrepreneur.

Although he technically ceded control of Carter Pharmacy, Inc., to his wife, Amy, following his election — putting her at least $1 million in the black on his inaugural financial disclosure filing — the Georgia Republican continues to keep close tabs on the family business. “I still go in on the weekends and check on things but that’s about it,” he once told CQ Roll Call.

His most prominent stock holdings include the $1 million-plus he’s entrusted to investment firm Guardian Point Capital, the millions of dollars he’s split between his largest 401k accounts (Invesco and a Morgan Stanley-run retirement vehicle) and the $500,000-plus devoted to propping up the Georgia-based family of financial institutions fostered by Ameris Bancorp.

Carter also does his part to keep the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation on its toes, stashing upwards of $1.4 million in cash at entities ranging from the aforementioned Ameris Bank branches (at least $750,000 in two accounts) to San Francisco-based Wells Fargo ($250,000-plus) to the Bank of the Ozarks ($100,000-plus) out of Little Rock, Ark.

The one-time mayor of Pooler, Ga., also served in both the state House and Senate before entering Congress. He does not maintain a separate residence in the District, opting to sleep in his office and clean up in the members’ gym.

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show hide member info 47.Rep. Rod Blum R-Iowa
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This year #47 $7.86M $7.86M $0.00M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
In the first year of his first term in Congress, the Iowa Republican vaults into the top 50 with minimum reported assets of nearly $7.86 million — a figure that includes millions in cash, a long list of stock holdings, a Dubuque farm and a software firm, Digital Canal Corporation.

Blum is the owner and chief executive officer of Digital Canal, a company with a reported value of $500,000 to $1 million that services home-building and structural engineering markets. Blum reports an income of $15,000 to $50,000 on his holding of Digital Canal.

He didn't report any 2014 income on his farm, listed as Oakland Farms in Dubuque and valued at $500,000 to $1 million, but he reported at least $2,500 in farm income the previous year.

Blum also holds a 42 percent ownership stake in a Dubuque real estate development firm, Salto de Fede, which is reported as valued at $100,000 to $250,000.

The congressman and his wife report no liabilities, but the single largest "asset" listed in Blum's financial disclosure is also one of the most unusual in all of Congress.

The Dubuque businessman lists as an asset a 2011 loan he made to professional hockey player Jack Johnson. Blum values the loan as an asset worth $1 million to $5 million (though the congressman has, according to news reports, had difficulty collecting the debt — at one point the player's paychecks were being garnished, according to USA Today).

Blum also reports as an asset $500,000 to $1 million stashed away in "Blum for Congress" — an indication the first-termer is anticipating a tough re-election campaign in 2016. He's a Republican in a district rated Tossup/Tilts Democrat by the Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report/Roll Call, and he's one of 25 Republicans who voted against John A. Boehner as speaker in January.

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show hide member info 48.Rep. Tom Rooney R-Fla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #48 $7.76M $7.86M $0.10M
Previous year #50 $7.47M $7.77M $0.30M
Change 2 3.84% 1.12% -66.67%
Rooney didn't quite make 50 richest cut last year, coming in at number 51. In 2014, his minimum net worth increased by more than $286,000, giving him a slight bump to No. 48.

Rooney’s wealth is all in the family. Much of his $7.76 million minimum net worth is held in his family’s various trusts.

Rooney’s grandfather, Art Rooney, founded the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1933, and with each profitable season the team has, Rooney Enterprises Inc. grows. The Florida Republican's stake in it is valued at a minimum of $1.4 million.

Sports run through Rooney’s blood, and his bank accounts. His father operated horse- and dog-racing tracks, and one of the family’s trusts now owns New York’s Yonkers Racing Corporation.

Despite his wealth, Rooney still has at least a $100,000 mortgage on a Fairfax, Va., property that he incurred in 2010. And the Palm Beach, Fla., General Braddock Brewing Company, in which Rooney had a 14 percent interest, closed in May 2014.

Rooney and his wife sold thoroughbred racehorse, Lucy Boo, for between $1,001 and $15,000 in December.

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show hide member info 49.Rep. Steve Pearce R-N.M.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #49 $7.73M $7.73M $0.00M
Previous year #50 $7.72M $7.72M $0.00M
Change 1 0.18% 0.18% 0.00%
The only Republican in New Mexico's five-person congressional delegation is again the state's wealthiest representative in Congress. In the 2015 rankings, the king of New Mexico equipment rentals reports assets of about $7.73 million, up slightly from the previous year's $7.71 million.

Pearce’s largest asset continues to be his and his wife's 100 percent stake in Trinity Industries Inc., an equipment rental company listed in Lea, N.M., and valued at $5 million to $25 million. The couple report an income of $100,000 to $1 million in capital gains, dividends, interest and equipment rentals from Trinity.

The couple's 100 percent share in another equipment rental firm, LFT LLC, valued at $1 million to $5 million, generated another $100,000 to $1 million in income from capital gains, interest, equipment rentals and rent; another jointly-owned firm, Exedra Inc., is worth a minimum of $100,000. On his own, Pearce owns another equipment rental firm, Gree Ltd., valued at a minimum of $50,000.

He reports investment land holdings worth $100,000 to $250,000 and a Lea County State Bank money market account that he holds with his spouse valued at $250,000 to $500,000.

Cynthia Pearce, the congressman's wife, also owns a $1 million to $5 million share of Lea County Bancshares, the parent firm of their hometown Lea County State Bank in Hobbs, N.M., where she serves on the board of directors of both entities. She also reports at least $50,000 worth of vehicles, and the couple has at least $15,000 in a Congressional Federal Credit Union account.

They reported zero liabilities.

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show hide member info 50.Rep. Tom Price R-Ga.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #50 $7.28M $7.28M $0.00M
Previous year #45 $8.87M $8.87M $0.00M
Change -5 -17.94% -17.94% 0.00%
Price just sneaks into the top 50 with a minimum net worth of $7.28 million, $1.59 million less than his previous financial disclosure.

While it's possible Price took a beating in the market, another explanation for his apparent losses may be the financial disclosure rules. Previously, Price listed four IRA accounts owned by his wife, Elizabeth, an anesthesiologist. This year, Price only lists one asset in the broad spousal category of at least $1 million, though there are three IRAs listed under that same asset.

As for Price, he still lists a number of IRAs, two of which are worth at least $1 million each. And the Georgia Republican lists a vacant lot in the Peach State as an asset worth at minimum $1 million. Price lists no liabilities.

A Michigan native, Price received his medical degree from the University of Michigan in 1979 and did his residency at Emory University before practicing as an orthopedic surgeon.

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show hide member info 51.Rep. Robert Pittenger R-N.C.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #51 $7.18M $10.28M $3.10M
Previous year #55 $6.86M $11.96M $5.10M
Change 4 4.61% -14.08% -39.22%

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show hide member info 52.Rep. Jim Cooper D-Tenn.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #52 $7.16M $7.26M $0.10M
Previous year #36 $11.51M $11.76M $0.25M
Change -16 -37.78% -38.25% -60.00%

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show hide member info 53.Rep. Randy Neugebauer R-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #53 $7.06M $7.57M $0.52M
Previous year #60 $5.73M $6.25M $0.52M
Change 7 23.06% 21.16% 0.00%

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show hide member info 54.Sen. Steve Daines R-Mont.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #54 $6.62M $6.87M $0.25M
Previous year #54 $6.90M $7.90M $1.00M
Change 0 -4.10% -13.07% -75.00%

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show hide member info 55.Rep. Rick W. Allen R-Ga.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #55 $6.49M $7.44M $0.95M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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show hide member info 56.Rep. Jeff Denham R-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #56 $6.45M $6.65M $0.20M
Previous year #61 $5.63M $6.08M $0.45M
Change 5 14.67% 9.46% -55.56%

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show hide member info 57.Rep. Keith Rothfus R-Pa.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #57 $6.04M $6.14M $0.10M
Previous year #58 $6.57M $6.67M $0.10M
Change 1 -8.13% -8.00% 0.00%

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show hide member info 58.Rep. John Yarmuth D-Ky.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #58 $5.51M $6.51M $1.00M
Previous year #59 $6.31M $7.31M $1.00M
Change 1 -12.68% -10.95% 0.00%

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show hide member info 59.Sen. Chris Coons D-Del.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #59 $5.49M $6.04M $0.55M
Previous year #65 $5.24M $5.79M $0.55M
Change 6 4.67% 4.23% 0.00%

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$2.24M
 
Bank accounts
$0.15M


show hide member info 60.Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer R-Mo.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #60 $5.47M $5.47M $0.00M
Previous year #151 $1.50M $1.50M $0.00M
Change 91 264.16% 264.16% 0.00%

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Investments
$5.35M
 
Real estate
$0.10M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 61.Rep. Jackie Speier D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #61 $5.46M $5.56M $0.10M
Previous year #63 $5.43M $5.53M $0.10M
Change 2 0.64% 0.63% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.83M
 
Real estate
$2.50M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.23M


show hide member info 62.Sen. Dan Coats R-Ind.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #62 $5.44M $5.94M $0.50M
Previous year #82 $3.18M $3.68M $0.50M
Change 20 71.13% 61.46% 0.00%

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Investments
$5.42M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.52M


show hide member info 63.Sen. Michael Bennet D-Colo.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #63 $5.34M $5.59M $0.25M
Previous year #70 $4.60M $4.85M $0.25M
Change 7 16.14% 15.30% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.16M
 
Real estate
$0.03M
 
Trusts
$4.40M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 64.Rep. Bruce Poliquin R-Maine
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #64 $5.20M $5.20M $0.00M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Investments
$4.30M
 
Real estate
$0.90M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 65.Rep. Gwen Graham D-Fla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #65 $5.10M $5.45M $0.35M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$5.40M
 
Real estate
$0.05M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 66.Rep. K. Michael Conaway R-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #66 $5.03M $5.03M $0.00M
Previous year #69 $4.80M $4.80M $0.00M
Change 3 4.86% 4.86% 0.00%

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Investments
$4.25M
 
Real estate
$0.10M
 
Trusts
$0.56M
 
Bank accounts
$0.12M


show hide member info 67.Rep. David B. McKinley R-W.Va.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #67 $4.84M $5.24M $0.40M
Previous year #67 $4.89M $5.24M $0.35M
Change 0 -1.10% -0.08% 14.29%

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Investments
$3.10M
 
Real estate
$1.02M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$1.12M


show hide member info 68.Sen. James M. Inhofe R-Okla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #68 $4.77M $4.87M $0.10M
Previous year #68 $4.85M $4.95M $0.10M
Change 0 -1.77% -1.74% 0.00%

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Investments
$0.00M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$4.87M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 69.Sen. Angus King I-Maine
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #69 $4.57M $4.79M $0.22M
Previous year #62 $5.56M $5.78M $0.22M
Change -7 -17.82% -17.16% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.16M
 
Real estate
$0.50M
 
Trusts
$2.11M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 70.Rep. Ann Wagner R-Mo.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #70 $4.48M $4.49M $0.02M
Previous year #74 $3.97M $3.98M $0.02M
Change 4 12.75% 12.70% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$1.02M
 
Real estate
$0.05M
 
Trusts
$3.37M
 
Bank accounts
$0.05M


show hide member info 71.Sen. Elizabeth Warren D-Mass.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #71 $4.26M $4.26M $0.00M
Previous year #76 $3.66M $3.66M $0.00M
Change 5 16.37% 16.37% 0.00%

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Investments
$3.83M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.43M


show hide member info 72.Sen. Richard C. Shelby R-Ala.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #72 $4.18M $4.18M $0.00M
Previous year #72 $4.35M $4.35M $0.00M
Change 0 -3.77% -3.77% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.57M
 
Real estate
$2.50M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.12M


show hide member info 73.Rep. Denny Heck D-Wash.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #73 $4.18M $4.45M $0.27M
Previous year #78 $3.33M $3.59M $0.26M
Change 5 25.37% 23.68% 1.92%

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Investments
$3.88M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.57M


show hide member info 74.Sen. Al Franken D-Minn.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #74 $4.14M $4.29M $0.15M
Previous year #90 $2.90M $3.25M $0.35M
Change 16 42.96% 32.16% -57.14%

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Investments
$3.02M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$1.27M


show hide member info 75.Rep. Rosa DeLauro D-Conn.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #75 $4.13M $5.25M $1.12M
Previous year #73 $4.29M $5.40M $1.11M
Change -2 -3.71% -2.76% 0.90%

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Investments
$5.20M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.05M


show hide member info 76.Rep. Ralph Abraham R-La.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #76 $4.05M $4.20M $0.15M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Investments
$3.60M
 
Real estate
$0.60M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 77.Sen. Joe Manchin III D-W.Va.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #77 $3.90M $3.90M $0.00M
Previous year #75 $3.81M $3.81M $0.00M
Change -2 2.47% 2.47% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.57M
 
Real estate
$0.03M
 
Trusts
$0.25M
 
Bank accounts
$1.06M


show hide member info 78.Rep. French Hill R-Ark.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #78 $3.66M $3.99M $0.33M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Investments
$3.62M
 
Real estate
$0.25M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.12M


show hide member info 79.Rep. Earl Blumenauer D-Ore.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #79 $3.66M $4.09M $0.43M
Previous year #88 $3.03M $3.55M $0.52M
Change 9 20.69% 15.29% -16.50%

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Investments
$1.82M
 
Real estate
$1.15M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$1.12M


show hide member info 80.Rep. Debbie Dingell D-Mich.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #80 $3.62M $3.64M $0.02M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Investments
$3.49M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.15M


show hide member info 81.Rep. Austin Scott R-Ga.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #81 $3.35M $3.83M $0.48M
Previous year #129 $1.84M $2.32M $0.48M
Change 48 82.45% 65.36% 0.00%

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Investments
$3.38M
 
Real estate
$0.15M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.30M


show hide member info 82.Sen. Thom Tillis R-N.C.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #82 $3.34M $3.73M $0.40M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.52M
 
Real estate
$1.20M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 83.Rep. Vicky Hartzler R-Mo.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #83 $3.33M $4.63M $1.30M
Previous year #84 $3.10M $4.15M $1.05M
Change 1 7.41% 11.56% 23.81%

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Investments
$2.15M
 
Real estate
$2.47M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 84.Rep. John L. Mica R-Fla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #84 $3.25M $3.25M $0.00M
Previous year #80 $3.25M $3.25M $0.00M
Change -4 0.03% 0.03% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$0.10M
 
Real estate
$2.60M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.55M


show hide member info 85.Sen. Jeff Sessions R-Ala.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #85 $3.21M $3.56M $0.35M
Previous year #85 $3.10M $3.60M $0.50M
Change 0 3.75% -0.95% -30.00%

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Investments
$1.25M
 
Real estate
$2.31M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 86.Rep. Elizabeth Esty D-Conn.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #86 $3.18M $3.18M $0.00M
Previous year #104 $2.55M $2.55M $0.00M
Change 18 24.56% 24.56% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.82M
 
Real estate
$0.02M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.35M


show hide member info 87.Rep. Beto O'Rourke D-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #87 $3.12M $4.48M $1.37M
Previous year #95 $2.78M $4.15M $1.38M
Change 8 12.35% 8.02% -0.73%

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Investments
$0.38M
 
Real estate
$3.00M
 
Trusts
$1.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.10M


show hide member info 88.Rep. Blake Farenthold R-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #88 $3.12M $3.16M $0.05M
Previous year #79 $3.29M $3.31M $0.02M
Change -9 -5.30% -4.31% 212.44%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$0.30M
 
Real estate
$0.17M
 
Trusts
$2.69M
 
Bank accounts
$0.01M


show hide member info 89.Rep. Paul D. Ryan R-Wis.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #89 $2.99M $3.24M $0.25M
Previous year #111 $2.26M $2.51M $0.25M
Change 22 32.23% 29.02% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$2.09M
 
Real estate
$0.13M
 
Trusts
$1.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 90.Rep. Ami Bera D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #90 $2.98M $4.08M $1.10M
Previous year #100 $2.67M $3.87M $1.20M
Change 10 11.89% 5.61% -8.33%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$1.82M
 
Real estate
$2.20M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.07M


show hide member info 91.Rep. Scott Tipton R-Colo.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #91 $2.96M $2.96M $0.00M
Previous year #106 $2.45M $2.45M $0.00M
Change 15 20.84% 20.84% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$0.54M
 
Real estate
$2.00M
 
Trusts
$0.42M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 92.Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse D-R.I.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #92 $2.95M $3.30M $0.35M
Previous year #91 $2.87M $3.13M $0.27M
Change -1 3.00% 5.46% 32.08%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$3.12M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.18M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 93.Sen. Harry Reid D-Nev.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #93 $2.89M $2.99M $0.10M
Previous year #94 $2.80M $2.90M $0.10M
Change 1 3.18% 3.07% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$2.11M
 
Real estate
$0.86M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 94.Rep. Mark Sanford R-S.C.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #94 $2.83M $2.83M $0.00M
Previous year #83 $3.11M $3.11M $0.00M
Change -11 -9.04% -9.04% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$2.27M
 
Real estate
$0.46M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.10M


show hide member info 95.Rep. Jim Himes D-Conn.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #95 $2.80M $3.06M $0.27M
Previous year #87 $3.05M $3.30M $0.25M
Change -8 -8.08% -7.01% 6.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$3.01M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.05M


show hide member info 96.Rep. David E. Price D-N.C.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #96 $2.79M $2.79M $0.00M
Previous year #96 $2.69M $2.69M $0.00M
Change 0 3.53% 3.53% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$2.69M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.10M


show hide member info 97.Sen. Thad Cochran R-Miss.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #97 $2.75M $2.75M $0.00M
Previous year #145 $1.59M $1.59M $0.00M
Change 48 73.47% 73.47% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$1.72M
 
Real estate
$0.87M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.17M


show hide member info 98.Rep. Suzanne Bonamici D-Ore.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #98 $2.75M $2.75M $0.00M
Previous year #93 $2.83M $2.83M $0.00M
Change -5 -2.65% -2.65% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$2.74M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 99.Rep. George Holding R-N.C.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #99 $2.73M $3.48M $0.75M
Previous year #81 $3.21M $3.96M $0.75M
Change -18 -14.92% -12.10% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$3.48M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 100.Rep. Steve Cohen D-Tenn.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #100 $2.71M $2.71M $0.00M
Previous year #113 $2.15M $2.15M $0.00M
Change 13 25.87% 25.87% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.71M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 101.Del. Madeleine Z. Bordallo D-G.U.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #101 $2.68M $2.93M $0.25M
Previous year #102 $2.63M $2.88M $0.25M
Change 1 1.90% 1.74% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$0.30M
 
Real estate
$2.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.63M


show hide member info 102.Sen. Lamar Alexander R-Tenn.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #102 $2.67M $6.67M $4.00M
Previous year #64 $5.28M $9.78M $4.50M
Change -38 -49.45% -31.82% -11.11%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$4.14M
 
Real estate
$1.57M
 
Trusts
$0.65M
 
Bank accounts
$0.32M


show hide member info 103.Rep. Sander M. Levin D-Mich.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #103 $2.64M $3.04M $0.40M
Previous year #97 $2.67M $3.08M $0.41M
Change -6 -1.28% -1.34% -1.71%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$1.39M
 
Real estate
$1.52M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.13M


show hide member info 104.Rep. Lamar Smith R-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #104 $2.63M $2.63M $0.00M
Previous year #107 $2.41M $2.41M $0.00M
Change 3 8.91% 8.91% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$0.88M
 
Real estate
$1.50M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.25M


show hide member info 105.Sen. Thomas R. Carper D-Del.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #105 $2.57M $2.67M $0.10M
Previous year #115 $2.14M $2.24M $0.10M
Change 10 20.51% 19.60% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$1.38M
 
Real estate
$1.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.30M


show hide member info 106.Rep. Kurt Schrader D-Ore.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #106 $2.52M $2.77M $0.25M
Previous year #101 $2.65M $2.90M $0.25M
Change -5 -4.83% -4.42% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$2.26M
 
Real estate
$0.50M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 107.Rep. Kathy Castor D-Fla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #107 $2.51M $2.51M $0.00M
Previous year #112 $2.17M $2.17M $0.00M
Change 5 15.44% 15.44% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.34M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.17M


show hide member info 108.Rep. Joyce Beatty D-Ohio
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #108 $2.50M $2.50M $0.00M
Previous year #154 $1.45M $1.45M $0.00M
Change 46 72.58% 72.58% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$0.25M
 
Real estate
$1.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$1.25M


show hide member info 109.Rep. Virginia Foxx R-N.C.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #109 $2.50M $2.50M $0.00M
Previous year #92 $2.74M $2.74M $0.00M
Change -17 -8.81% -8.81% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$0.64M
 
Real estate
$1.73M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.13M


show hide member info 110.Rep. Peter Welch D-Vt.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #110 $2.49M $2.59M $0.10M
Previous year #86 $3.06M $3.18M $0.12M
Change -24 -18.64% -18.44% -13.04%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$1.74M
 
Real estate
$0.35M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.50M


show hide member info 111.Rep. John Ratcliffe R-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #111 $2.49M $2.82M $0.33M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$2.12M
 
Real estate
$0.60M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.10M


show hide member info 112.Rep. Tom Cole R-Okla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #112 $2.48M $2.48M $0.00M
Previous year #98 $2.67M $2.67M $0.00M
Change -14 -7.09% -7.09% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$2.38M
 
Real estate
$0.10M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 113.Rep. Brad Wenstrup R-Ohio
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #113 $2.43M $2.48M $0.05M
Previous year #139 $1.63M $1.68M $0.05M
Change 26 49.14% 47.67% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.87M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.60M


show hide member info 114.Rep. Cynthia M. Lummis R-Wyo.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #114 $2.40M $4.15M $1.75M
Previous year #66 $5.24M $5.99M $0.75M
Change -48 -54.27% -30.76% 133.33%

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Investments
$4.10M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.05M


show hide member info 115.Rep. Billy Long R-Mo.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #115 $2.39M $2.89M $0.50M
Previous year #233 $0.70M $1.66M $0.96M
Change 118 242.06% 74.26% -47.92%

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Investments
$2.68M
 
Real estate
$0.10M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.12M


show hide member info 116.Rep. Markwayne Mullin R-Okla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #116 $2.35M $2.85M $0.50M
Previous year #117 $2.10M $2.60M $0.50M
Change 1 11.85% 9.57% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.32M
 
Real estate
$0.52M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 117.Rep. Robert W. Goodlatte R-Va.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #117 $2.29M $2.29M $0.00M
Previous year #132 $1.79M $1.79M $0.00M
Change 15 28.00% 28.00% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.11M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.18M


show hide member info 118.Rep. Edward Whitfield R-Ky.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #118 $2.26M $2.46M $0.20M
Previous year #127 $1.88M $2.08M $0.20M
Change 9 20.37% 18.41% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.18M
 
Real estate
$0.75M
 
Trusts
$0.12M
 
Bank accounts
$0.42M


show hide member info 119.Rep. Leonard Lance R-N.J.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #119 $2.25M $2.25M $0.00M
Previous year #122 $1.99M $1.99M $0.00M
Change 3 13.22% 13.22% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.10M
 
Real estate
$0.15M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 120.Rep. Brad Ashford D-Neb.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #120 $2.19M $2.24M $0.05M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.24M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 121.Sen. Charles E. Grassley R-Iowa
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #121 $2.11M $2.11M $0.00M
Previous year #131 $1.81M $1.81M $0.00M
Change 10 16.54% 16.54% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.36M
 
Real estate
$0.70M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.06M


show hide member info 122.Sen. Orrin G. Hatch R-Utah
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #122 $2.11M $2.11M $0.00M
Previous year #126 $1.92M $1.92M $0.00M
Change 4 9.94% 9.94% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.11M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$1.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 123.Rep. Louise M. Slaughter D-N.Y.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #123 $2.09M $2.09M $0.00M
Previous year #121 $2.00M $2.00M $0.00M
Change -2 4.76% 4.76% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.04M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.05M


show hide member info 124.Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. D-N.J.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #124 $2.07M $2.07M $0.00M
Previous year #128 $1.84M $1.84M $0.00M
Change 4 12.43% 12.43% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.97M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.10M


show hide member info 125.Sen. Heidi Heitkamp D-N.D.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #125 $2.07M $2.57M $0.50M
Previous year #136 $1.70M $2.20M $0.50M
Change 11 21.74% 16.80% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.48M
 
Real estate
$0.02M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.07M


show hide member info 126.Rep. Phil Roe R-Tenn.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #126 $2.05M $2.31M $0.27M
Previous year #123 $1.98M $2.28M $0.30M
Change -3 3.18% 1.23% -11.67%

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Investments
$2.02M
 
Real estate
$0.25M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.05M


show hide member info 127.Rep. Al Green D-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #127 $2.03M $2.28M $0.25M
Previous year #120 $2.02M $2.27M $0.25M
Change -7 0.74% 0.66% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.12M
 
Real estate
$0.55M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.62M


show hide member info 128.Sen. Dean Heller R-Nev.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #128 $2.03M $3.03M $1.00M
Previous year #118 $2.09M $3.09M $1.00M
Change -10 -3.11% -2.10% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.78M
 
Real estate
$1.25M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 129.Rep. Chuck Fleischmann R-Tenn.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #129 $2.02M $2.02M $0.00M
Previous year #119 $2.02M $2.02M $0.00M
Change -10 0.18% 0.18% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.05M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.97M


show hide member info 130.Rep. Jim Costa D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #130 $2.00M $2.25M $0.25M
Previous year #143 $1.60M $1.95M $0.35M
Change 13 24.63% 15.10% -28.57%

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Investments
$1.50M
 
Real estate
$0.75M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 131.Rep. Brett Guthrie R-Ky.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #131 $1.96M $2.06M $0.10M
Previous year #220 $0.76M $0.86M $0.10M
Change 89 157.61% 139.32% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.21M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.85M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 132.Rep. Judy Chu D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #132 $1.90M $2.20M $0.30M
Previous year #142 $1.62M $1.92M $0.30M
Change 10 17.37% 14.65% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.15M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$1.05M


show hide member info 133.Sen. John Barrasso R-Wyo.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #133 $1.90M $2.40M $0.50M
Previous year #116 $2.13M $2.63M $0.50M
Change -17 -11.06% -8.96% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.27M
 
Real estate
$0.10M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.03M


show hide member info 134.Rep. Dina Titus D-Nev.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #134 $1.89M $1.90M $0.02M
Previous year #125 $1.94M $1.95M $0.02M
Change -9 -2.53% -2.51% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.87M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.03M


show hide member info 135.Rep. David Schweikert R-Ariz.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #135 $1.86M $2.23M $0.37M
Previous year #216 $0.79M $1.50M $0.72M
Change 81 135.99% 48.07% -48.95%

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Investments
$2.13M
 
Real estate
$0.10M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 136.Sen. Jeanne Shaheen D-N.H.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #136 $1.85M $4.23M $2.38M
Previous year #135 $1.70M $3.73M $2.03M
Change -1 8.52% 13.27% 17.24%

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Investments
$1.51M
 
Real estate
$2.70M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 137.Rep. Daniel Lipinski D-Ill.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #137 $1.82M $1.82M $0.00M
Previous year #164 $1.28M $1.53M $0.25M
Change 27 42.31% 19.07% -100.00%

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Investments
$1.82M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 138.Rep. John A. Boehner R-Ohio
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #138 $1.82M $2.32M $0.50M
Previous year #109 $2.32M $2.32M $0.00M
Change -29 -21.70% -0.13% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.25M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.07M


show hide member info 139.Sen. Pat Roberts R-Kan.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #139 $1.81M $1.91M $0.10M
Previous year #149 $1.53M $1.63M $0.10M
Change 10 18.75% 17.60% 0.00%

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Investments
$0.93M
 
Real estate
$0.72M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.27M


show hide member info 140.Rep. John Garamendi D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #140 $1.81M $3.28M $1.48M
Previous year #124 $1.97M $3.20M $1.23M
Change -16 -8.38% 2.66% 20.41%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$0.63M
 
Real estate
$2.40M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.25M


show hide member info 141.Sen. Ted Cruz R-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #141 $1.79M $2.11M $0.33M
Previous year #144 $1.59M $1.91M $0.33M
Change 3 12.53% 10.40% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.09M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 142.Rep. Greg Walden R-Ore.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #142 $1.75M $1.75M $0.00M
Previous year #133 $1.78M $1.78M $0.00M
Change -9 -1.30% -1.30% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.29M
 
Real estate
$0.27M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.20M


show hide member info 143.Sen. Richard J. Durbin D-Ill.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #143 $1.75M $1.95M $0.20M
Previous year #146 $1.59M $1.82M $0.24M
Change 3 10.35% 7.00% -15.49%

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Investments
$1.27M
 
Real estate
$0.55M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.13M


show hide member info 144.Sen. Mike Rounds R-S.D.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #144 $1.75M $2.10M $0.35M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.18M
 
Real estate
$0.25M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.67M


show hide member info 145.Rep. Ken Calvert R-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #145 $1.75M $4.65M $2.90M
Previous year #114 $2.15M $4.05M $1.90M
Change -31 -18.60% 14.81% 52.63%

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Investments
$0.25M
 
Real estate
$4.35M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.05M


show hide member info 146.Rep. Niki Tsongas D-Mass.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #146 $1.70M $2.55M $0.85M
Previous year #134 $1.75M $2.60M $0.85M
Change -12 -3.19% -2.15% 0.00%

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Investments
$2.02M
 
Real estate
$0.50M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.03M


show hide member info 147.Sen. Dan Sullivan R-Alaska
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #147 $1.68M $2.00M $0.32M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$1.67M
 
Real estate
$0.32M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 148.Rep. David Joyce R-Ohio
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #148 $1.68M $1.78M $0.10M
Previous year #108 $2.38M $2.48M $0.10M
Change -40 -29.32% -28.14% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.78M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 149.Rep. Harold Rogers R-Ky.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #149 $1.67M $1.81M $0.14M
Previous year #203 $0.89M $1.02M $0.13M
Change 54 88.89% 78.50% 7.69%

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Investments
$1.00M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.80M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 150.Rep. Bob Latta R-Ohio
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #150 $1.64M $1.64M $0.00M
Previous year #147 $1.57M $1.57M $0.00M
Change -3 4.07% 4.07% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.37M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.27M


show hide member info 151.Sen. Patrick J. Toomey R-Pa.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #151 $1.62M $1.87M $0.25M
Previous year #141 $1.62M $1.87M $0.25M
Change -10 0.37% 0.32% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.37M
 
Real estate
$0.50M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 152.Sen. Richard M. Burr R-N.C.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #152 $1.62M $1.72M $0.10M
Previous year #194 $0.95M $1.05M $0.10M
Change 42 70.39% 63.70% 0.00%

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Investments
$0.57M
 
Real estate
$0.75M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.40M


show hide member info 153.Sen. Gary Peters D-Mich.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #153 $1.61M $1.71M $0.10M
Previous year #168 $1.23M $1.34M $0.11M
Change 15 31.15% 27.84% -9.09%

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Investments
$1.61M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.10M


show hide member info 154.Rep. Ann McLane Kuster D-N.H.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #154 $1.51M $1.85M $0.35M
Previous year #157 $1.37M $1.70M $0.33M
Change 3 9.76% 8.75% 4.55%

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Investments
$1.50M
 
Real estate
$0.35M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 155.Rep. Dan Benishek R-Mich.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #155 $1.50M $1.50M $0.00M
Previous year #156 $1.39M $1.39M $0.00M
Change 1 7.82% 7.82% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.39M
 
Real estate
$0.10M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 156.Rep. William Keating D-Mass.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #156 $1.49M $1.49M $0.00M
Previous year #170 $1.17M $1.17M $0.00M
Change 14 26.90% 26.90% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.34M
 
Real estate
$0.10M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.05M


show hide member info 157.Sen. Benjamin L Cardin D-Md.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #157 $1.43M $1.43M $0.00M
Previous year #155 $1.44M $1.44M $0.00M
Change -2 -0.76% -0.76% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.42M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.01M


show hide member info 158.Rep. Michael E. Capuano D-Mass.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #158 $1.40M $1.68M $0.28M
Previous year #188 $1.01M $1.37M $0.37M
Change 30 38.93% 22.38% -23.29%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$0.66M
 
Real estate
$1.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 159.Sen. Susan Collins R-Maine
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #159 $1.38M $1.63M $0.25M
Previous year #182 $1.05M $1.55M $0.50M
Change 23 31.98% 5.49% -50.00%

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Investments
$1.20M
 
Real estate
$0.05M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.38M


show hide member info 160.Sen. Tom Udall D-N.M.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #160 $1.36M $1.86M $0.50M
Previous year #202 $0.89M $1.89M $1.00M
Change 42 52.75% -1.59% -50.00%

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Investments
$1.86M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 161.Rep. Filemon Vela D-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #161 $1.36M $2.77M $1.41M
Previous year #259 $0.51M $2.92M $2.41M
Change 98 166.80% -5.17% -41.49%

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Investments
$2.40M
 
Real estate
$0.35M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 162.Rep. Mike Thompson D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #162 $1.34M $1.60M $0.26M
Previous year #166 $1.26M $1.56M $0.30M
Change 4 5.86% 2.18% -13.33%

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Investments
$0.10M
 
Real estate
$0.50M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$1.00M


show hide member info 163.Rep. Susan W. Brooks R-Ind.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #163 $1.32M $1.63M $0.32M
Previous year #165 $1.27M $1.62M $0.35M
Change 2 3.86% 0.86% -10.00%

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Assets by type

 
Investments
$1.35M
 
Real estate
$0.28M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 164.Rep. Ted Yoho R-Fla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #164 $1.31M $1.43M $0.12M
Previous year #163 $1.30M $1.43M $0.13M
Change -1 1.45% 0.27% -11.54%

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Investments
$0.58M
 
Real estate
$0.85M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 165.Rep. Juan C. Vargas D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #165 $1.31M $1.82M $0.51M
Previous year #195 $0.92M $1.67M $0.75M
Change 30 42.87% 9.23% -32.00%

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$0.82M
 
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$1.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 166.Rep. Bob Gibbs R-Ohio
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #166 $1.31M $1.44M $0.13M
Previous year #177 $1.10M $1.13M $0.03M
Change 11 19.71% 27.62% 316.65%

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$0.36M
 
Real estate
$1.05M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.03M


show hide member info 167.Rep. Chellie Pingree D-Maine
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #167 $1.30M $1.30M $0.00M
Previous year #12 $34.47M $36.47M $2.00M
Change -155 -96.23% -96.44% -100.00%

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$1.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.30M


show hide member info 168.Rep. Doug LaMalfa R-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #168 $1.28M $1.28M $0.00M
Previous year #159 $1.35M $1.35M $0.00M
Change -9 -4.97% -4.97% 0.00%

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$1.28M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 169.Rep. Matt Cartwright D-Pa.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #169 $1.28M $2.40M $1.12M
Previous year #160 $1.35M $2.47M $1.12M
Change -9 -4.98% -2.72% 0.00%

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$2.38M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.02M


show hide member info 170.Rep. Bill Flores R-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #170 $1.27M $2.85M $1.58M
Previous year #138 $1.63M $3.15M $1.53M
Change -32 -21.88% -9.55% 3.61%

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$2.85M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 171.Rep. Gerald E. Connolly D-Va.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #171 $1.27M $1.60M $0.33M
Previous year #174 $1.16M $1.48M $0.32M
Change 3 9.60% 8.20% 3.12%

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$1.38M
 
Real estate
$0.10M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.12M


show hide member info 172.Rep. Frank Pallone D-N.J.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #172 $1.25M $1.63M $0.38M
Previous year #140 $1.63M $2.01M $0.38M
Change -32 -23.26% -18.85% 0.00%

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$1.36M
 
Real estate
$0.25M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.02M


show hide member info 173.Rep. Mick Mulvaney R-S.C.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #173 $1.24M $1.94M $0.70M
Previous year #150 $1.50M $2.10M $0.60M
Change -23 -17.49% -7.75% 16.67%

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$1.72M
 
Real estate
$0.12M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.10M


show hide member info 174.Sen. Jeff Merkley D-Ore.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #174 $1.24M $1.84M $0.60M
Previous year #169 $1.19M $1.45M $0.27M
Change -5 4.30% 26.62% 126.41%

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$0.40M
 
Real estate
$1.40M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.03M


show hide member info 175.Rep. Brad Sherman D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #175 $1.22M $1.73M $0.52M
Previous year #431 $-0.08M $0.94M $1.02M
Change 256 -1,623.99% 85.45% -49.26%

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$0.57M
 
Real estate
$1.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.17M


show hide member info 176.Rep. Katherine M. Clark D-Mass.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #176 $1.21M $1.21M $0.00M
Previous year #162 $1.31M $1.31M $0.00M
Change -14 -7.57% -7.57% 0.00%

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$1.18M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.03M


show hide member info 177.Rep. Anna G. Eshoo D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #177 $1.18M $1.43M $0.25M
Previous year #204 $0.88M $1.13M $0.25M
Change 27 34.05% 26.52% 0.00%

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$1.43M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 178.Rep. Susan A. Davis D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #178 $1.17M $1.67M $0.50M
Previous year #207 $0.85M $1.35M $0.50M
Change 29 37.35% 23.56% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.42M
 
Real estate
$0.25M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 179.Rep. Sam Farr D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #179 $1.11M $1.91M $0.80M
Previous year #185 $1.03M $1.83M $0.80M
Change 6 8.39% 4.71% 0.00%

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$0.40M
 
Real estate
$1.52M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 180.Sen. Barbara Boxer D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #180 $1.10M $1.10M $0.00M
Previous year #175 $1.11M $1.11M $0.00M
Change -5 -1.35% -1.35% 0.00%

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Investments
$0.02M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
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$1.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.08M


show hide member info 181.Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton D-D.C.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #181 $1.09M $1.14M $0.05M
Previous year #179 $1.09M $1.14M $0.05M
Change -2 0.55% 0.53% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.09M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
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$0.05M


show hide member info 182.Rep. Candice S. Miller R-Mich.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #182 $1.09M $1.19M $0.10M
Previous year #223 $0.75M $0.85M $0.10M
Change 41 46.58% 41.06% 0.00%

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$0.29M
 
Real estate
$0.25M
 
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$0.55M
 
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$0.10M


show hide member info 183.Rep. Pete Olson R-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #183 $1.08M $1.08M $0.00M
Previous year #176 $1.11M $1.11M $0.00M
Change -7 -2.53% -2.53% 0.00%

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$0.55M
 
Real estate
$0.03M
 
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$0.50M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 184.Rep. Brian Babin R-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #184 $1.07M $1.07M $0.00M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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$0.38M
 
Real estate
$0.27M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.43M


show hide member info 185.Rep. Robert J. Dold R-Ill.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #185 $1.07M $1.86M $0.79M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.29M
 
Real estate
$0.57M
 
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$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 186.Rep. Charles Boustany Jr. R-La.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #186 $1.07M $1.17M $0.10M
Previous year #180 $1.08M $1.18M $0.10M
Change -6 -1.46% -1.33% 0.00%

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$1.01M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.16M


show hide member info 187.Rep. Loretta Sanchez D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #187 $1.05M $1.55M $0.50M
Previous year #356 $0.10M $0.62M $0.52M
Change 169 951.98% 152.36% -2.91%

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$0.00M
 
Real estate
$1.50M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.05M


show hide member info 188.Sen. Mazie Hirono D-Hawaii
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #188 $1.05M $1.82M $0.77M
Previous year #206 $0.86M $1.63M $0.77M
Change 18 21.81% 11.55% 0.00%

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$1.33M
 
Real estate
$0.25M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.23M


show hide member info 189.Rep. Andy Harris R-Md.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #189 $1.02M $1.62M $0.60M
Previous year #189 $1.00M $1.60M $0.60M
Change 0 2.00% 1.25% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.52M
 
Real estate
$0.10M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 190.Rep. Jeff Miller R-Fla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #190 $1.01M $1.21M $0.20M
Previous year #173 $1.16M $1.41M $0.25M
Change -17 -12.53% -13.86% -20.00%

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$0.00M
 
Real estate
$1.21M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 191.Rep. Robert B. Aderholt R-Ala.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #191 $1.01M $1.53M $0.52M
Previous year #187 $1.01M $1.53M $0.52M
Change -4 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Investments
$0.16M
 
Real estate
$1.12M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.25M


show hide member info 192.Rep. Charles B. Rangel D-N.Y.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #192 $1.01M $1.01M $0.00M
Previous year #183 $1.04M $1.04M $0.00M
Change -9 -2.79% -2.79% 0.00%

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Investments
$0.59M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.42M


show hide member info 193.Rep. Zoe Lofgren D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #193 $0.99M $1.49M $0.50M
Previous year #253 $0.56M $1.06M $0.50M
Change 60 75.70% 40.13% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.17M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.07M
 
Bank accounts
$0.25M


show hide member info 194.Rep. Frank D. Lucas R-Okla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #194 $0.99M $1.20M $0.22M
Previous year #205 $0.87M $1.20M $0.33M
Change 11 13.35% 0.08% -34.85%

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Investments
$0.02M
 
Real estate
$1.10M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.08M


show hide member info 195.Rep. Robert A. Brady D-Pa.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #195 $0.98M $1.08M $0.10M
Previous year #191 $0.98M $1.08M $0.10M
Change -4 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Investments
$0.33M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.75M


show hide member info 196.Rep. Collin C. Peterson D-Minn.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #196 $0.98M $1.38M $0.40M
Previous year #178 $1.09M $1.54M $0.45M
Change -18 -10.35% -10.57% -11.11%

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Investments
$0.63M
 
Real estate
$0.75M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 197.Rep. Frederica S. Wilson D-Fla.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #197 $0.96M $0.96M $0.00M
Previous year #254 $0.56M $0.56M $0.00M
Change 57 70.69% 70.69% 0.00%

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Investments
$0.50M
 
Real estate
$0.12M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.35M


show hide member info 198.Sen. Edward J. Markey D-Mass.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #198 $0.95M $1.30M $0.35M
Previous year #209 $0.85M $1.20M $0.35M
Change 11 12.90% 9.12% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.16M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.15M


show hide member info 199.Sen. Maria Cantwell D-Wash.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #199 $0.94M $1.27M $0.33M
Previous year #230 $0.71M $1.29M $0.58M
Change 31 33.38% -1.09% -43.10%

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Investments
$1.27M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 200.Rep. Mike Simpson R-Idaho
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #200 $0.94M $1.24M $0.30M
Previous year #215 $0.80M $1.17M $0.37M
Change 15 17.48% 6.44% -17.81%

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Investments
$0.86M
 
Real estate
$0.35M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.03M


show hide member info 201.Rep. Peter J. Visclosky D-Ind.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #201 $0.92M $0.92M $0.00M
Previous year #208 $0.85M $0.85M $0.00M
Change 7 8.22% 8.22% 0.00%

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Investments
$0.57M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.35M


show hide member info 202.Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee D-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #202 $0.90M $1.46M $0.56M
Previous year #167 $1.25M $1.43M $0.18M
Change -35 -27.70% 2.38% 211.11%

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Investments
$1.21M
 
Real estate
$0.20M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.05M


show hide member info 203.Rep. Diana DeGette D-Colo.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #203 $0.89M $1.25M $0.36M
Previous year #244 $0.59M $1.27M $0.68M
Change 41 49.50% -1.73% -46.67%

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Investments
$1.23M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 204.Rep. Luis V. Gutiérrez D-Ill.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #204 $0.88M $0.88M $0.00M
Previous year #190 $0.98M $0.98M $0.00M
Change -14 -10.61% -10.61% 0.00%

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$0.86M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 205.Rep. Joe Pitts R-Pa.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #205 $0.86M $0.86M $0.00M
Previous year #242 $0.61M $0.63M $0.03M
Change 37 41.85% 36.23% -100.00%

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Investments
$0.83M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.03M


show hide member info 206.Rep. Doris Matsui D-Calif.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #206 $0.84M $0.84M $0.00M
Previous year #219 $0.77M $0.77M $0.00M
Change 13 8.42% 8.42% 0.00%

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Investments
$0.47M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.37M


show hide member info 207.Rep. Cresent Hardy R-Nev.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #207 $0.83M $1.85M $1.02M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Investments
$0.67M
 
Real estate
$1.17M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 208.Rep. Jim McGovern D-Mass.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #208 $0.82M $1.17M $0.35M
Previous year #222 $0.76M $1.11M $0.35M
Change 14 8.45% 5.78% 0.00%

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$0.17M
 
Real estate
$1.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 209.Sen. Roy Blunt R-Mo.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #209 $0.81M $1.96M $1.15M
Previous year #193 $0.97M $2.18M $1.22M
Change -16 -15.65% -9.91% -5.35%

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Investments
$0.91M
 
Real estate
$0.05M
 
Trusts
$1.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 210.Rep. Michael C. Burgess R-Texas
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #210 $0.81M $0.81M $0.00M
Previous year #201 $0.90M $0.91M $0.02M
Change -9 -9.90% -11.29% -94.57%

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Investments
$0.43M
 
Real estate
$0.37M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 211.Rep. Thomas Massie R-Ky.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #211 $0.80M $1.00M $0.20M
Previous year #200 $0.90M $1.00M $0.10M
Change -11 -11.09% 0.00% 100.00%

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$0.00M
 
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$1.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 212.Rep. Justin Amash R-Mich.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #212 $0.79M $0.99M $0.20M
Previous year #211 $0.82M $1.02M $0.20M
Change -1 -3.06% -2.46% 0.00%

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Investments
$0.89M
 
Real estate
$0.10M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 213.Sen. Patty Murray D-Wash.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #213 $0.78M $0.90M $0.12M
Previous year #231 $0.71M $0.87M $0.17M
Change 18 11.21% 3.33% -30.30%

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Investments
$0.90M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
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$0.00M
 
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$0.00M


show hide member info 214.Rep. Donald Norcross D-N.J.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #214 $0.78M $1.13M $0.35M
Previous year freshman
Change n/a 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

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Investments
$1.11M
 
Real estate
$0.00M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 215.Rep. Rob Wittman R-Va.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #215 $0.77M $1.14M $0.37M
Previous year #256 $0.53M $0.90M $0.37M
Change 41 45.04% 26.74% 0.00%

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Investments
$0.57M
 
Real estate
$0.55M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.02M


show hide member info 216.Rep. G.K. Butterfield D-N.C.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #216 $0.77M $1.55M $0.78M
Previous year #251 $0.57M $1.38M $0.81M
Change 35 34.90% 12.34% -3.73%

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Investments
$0.20M
 
Real estate
$1.34M
 
Trusts
$0.00M
 
Bank accounts
$0.00M


show hide member info 217.Sen. David Vitter R-La.
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #217 $0.77M $0.82M $0.05M
Previous year #197 $0.91M $0.96M $0.05M
Change -20 -15.88% -15.06% 0.00%

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show hide member info 218.Sen. Lisa Murkowski R-Alaska
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  Rank Net worth Minimum assets Minimum liabilities
This year #218 $0.77M $0.87M $0.10M
Previous year #227 $0.73M $0.83M $0.10M
Change 9 5.22% 4.59% 0.00%

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show hide member info 219.Rep. Kay Granger R-Texas
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This year #219 $0.77M $1.13M $0.37M