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The List: The Winners of NY Money in Congressional Races

Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Presidential campaigns routinely make the rounds in New York during presidential campaigns. So do Republicans and Democrats who come to New York to make their case for donations and control in Congress. Here are the big winners of New York money in Congressional elections in 2012 and 2008. 

SENATE 2012

HOUSE 2012

1. Robert Menendez, D-NJ* - $1,146,264

1. John Boehner, R-OH* - $438,805

2. Scott Brown, R-MA* - $630,549

2. Dan Roberti, D-CT - $393,550

3. Claire McCaskill, D-MO* - $599,994

3. Eric Cantor, R-VA* - $382,349

4. Debbie Stabenow, D-MI* - $597,600

4. Howard Berman, D-CA* - $232,100

5. Elizabeth Warren, D-MA - $575,010

5. Allen West, R-FL* - $161,064

6. Jon Tester, D-MT* - $460,469

6. David Wu, D-OR* - $159,650

7. Josh Mandel, R-OH - $459,935

7. Jun Choi, D-NJ - $149,950

8. Tim Kaine, D-VA - $421,801

8. Jim Himes, D-CT* - $140,249

9. Mitch McConnell, R-KY* - $416,550

9. Elizabeth Esty, D-CT - $124,000

10. Christopher Murphy, D-CT - $405,380

10. Scott Garrett, R-NJ* - $120,450

11. Shelley Berkley, D-NV - $370,618

11. Christie Vilsack, D-IA - $119,350

12. Olympia Snowe, R-ME* - $368,510

12. Mark Greenberg, R-CT - $108,496

13. Sherrod Brown, D-OH*- $323,672

13. Steny Hoyer, D-MD * - $103,360

14. Mark Warner, D-VA* - $322,100

14. John Sarbanes, D-MD* - $93,150

15. Orrin Hatch, R-UT* - $291,125

15. Lois Frankel, D-FL - $84,334

16. Bill Nelson, D-FL* - $284,953

16. Dave Camp, R-MI* - $81,150

17. Bob Corker, R-TN* - $282,599

17. Bill Foster, D-IL* - $77,000

18. Ben Cardin, D-MD* - $271,122

18. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-FL* - $75,000

19. Bob Casey, D-PA* - $258,029

19. Allyson Schwartz, D-PA* - $74,500

20. Maria Cantwell, D-WA* - $237,325

20. David Cicilline, D-RI* - $72,550 

SENATE 2008

HOUSE 2008 

1. Frank Lautenberg, D-NJ* - $1,342,375

1. Rahm Emanuel, D-IL* - $528,100

2. Al Franken, D-MN - $1,340,865

2. Jim Himes, D-CT - $483,894

3. Mark Warner, D-VA - $947,885

3. Chellie Pingree, D-ME - $435,772

4. Norm Coleman, R-MN* - $816,698

4. Allyson Schwartz, D-PA* - $272,890

5. Mark Udall, D-CO - $792,403

5. Ashwin Madia, D-MN - $250,490

6. Jeanne Shaheen, D-NH - $713,305

6. Patrick Murphy, D-PA* - $226,099

7. Jeff Merkley, D-OR - $620,112

7. Tom Perrillo, D-VA - $222,038

8. John Sununu, R-NH* - $614,134

8. John Adler, D-NJ - $202,200

9. Max Baucus, D-MT* - $584,739

9. Joseph Sestak, D-PA* - $194,349

10. Tom Allen, D-ME - $542,755

10. Walt Minnick, D-ID - $190,020

11. Mary Landrieu, D-LA* - $537,649

11. Eric Cantor, R-VA* - $161,050

12. Mitch McConnell, R-KY* - $530,100

12. Paul Hodes, D-NH* - $159,762

13. Mark Begich, D-AK - $526,678

13. Mark Kirk, R-IL* - $159,600

14. Kay Hagan, D-NC - $492,169

14. Jared Polis, D-CO - $157,399

15. Jay Rockefeller, D-WV - $490,250

15. Patrick Kennedy, D-RI* - $155,550

16. Tom Udall, D-NM - $462,056

16. Dennis Shulman, D-NJ - $151,828

17. Carl Levin, D-MI* - $447,462

17. Christopher Murphy, D-CT* - $148,250

18. Susan Collins, R-ME* - $441,018

18. Gary Trauner, D-WY - $146,318

19. Elizabeth Dole, R-NC* - $422,571

19. Christopher Shays, R-CT* - $142,300

20. Dick Durbin, D-IL* - $396,525

20. Paul Kanjorski, D-PA* - $139,371

Rankings and analysis from the Center for Responsive Politics - data for 2012 through 3/31/12, 2008 data reflects entire election cycle. 

(*incumbent)

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