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Catalogue of FY 2010 Earmarks

UPDATE: Here is the latest list of “wanted” earmarks in our earmark hunting contest.

(Updated July 19, 2009 to include Senate reforms and links)

In March, the House Appropriations Committee announced reforms to the earmark process, which members of Congress use to designate federal funds for projects in their districts.

The reform requires members to post their earmark requests online, including the proposed recipient, the address of the recipient, the amount of the request, and an explanation of the purpose of the earmark and why it is an appropriate use of taxpayer funds. The Senate has done the same.

Most members and senators have now posted their earmark requests online, which gives us a chance to see if we want to spend tax dollars on them. Real Time Investigations and Taxpayers for Common Sense have done valiant work to collect the locations of the earmark requests, and we’ve assembled them into a state by state list.

Click on your state to see a list of representatives and senators. Then click on a link to see the earmarks your representative has requested. Do you think it’s a good use of money in your area?

If you see a member or senator listed without a link, we can’t find it and it might not exist yet. Please let us know of any errors or omissions. Feel free to ask your lawmaker about it if he or she hasn’t published earmark requests yet.

(If you don’t know who your representative is, click here to figure it out.)

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Northern Mariana Islands, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

Alabama

AL-1 Bonner, Jo

AL-2 Bright, Bobby

AL-3 Rogers, Mike

AL-4 Aderholt, Robert

AL-5 Griffith, Parker

AL-6 Bachus, Spencer

AL-7 Davis, Artur

Senator Sessions, Jeff (nine press releases dated 5/17/2009)

Senator Shelby, Richard

Alaska

AK-at large Young, Don

Senator Begich, Mark

Senator Murkowski, Lisa

Arizona

AZ-1 Kirkpatrick, Ann

AZ-2 Franks, Trent

AZ-3 Shadegg, John – doesn’t request earmarks

AZ-4 Pastor, Ed

AZ-5 Mitchell, Harry

AZ-6 Flake, Jeff – doesn’t request earmarks

AZ-7 Grijalva, Raul

AZ-8 Giffords, Gabrielle

Senator Kyl, Jon

Senator McCain, John (doesn’t request earmarks)

Arkansas

AR-1 Berry, Marion

AR-2 Snyder, Vic

AR-3 Boozman, John

AR-4 Ross, Mike

Senator Lincoln, Blanche

Senator Pryor, Mark

California

CA-1 Thompson, Mike

CA-2 Herger, Wally

CA-3 Lungren, Daniel

CA-4 McClintock, Tom – doesn’t request earmarks

CA-5 Matsui, Doris

CA-6 Woolsey, Lynn

CA-7 Miller, George

CA-8 Pelosi, Nancy

CA-9 Lee, Barbara

CA-10 Tauscher, Ellen

CA-11 McNerney, Jerry

CA-12 Speier, Jackie

CA-13 Stark, Pete

CA-14 Eshoo, Anna

CA-15 Honda, Mike

CA-16 Lofgren, Zoe

CA-17 Farr, Sam

CA-18 Cardozo, Dennis

CA-19 Radanovich, George

CA-20 Costa, Jim

CA-21 Nunes, Devin – doesn’t request earmarks

CA-22 McCarthy, Kevin

CA-23 Capps, Lois

CA-24 Gallegly, Elton

CA-25 McKeon, Buck

CA-26 Dreier, David

CA-27 Sherman, Brad

CA-28 Berman, Howard

CA-29 Schiff, Adam

CA-30 Waxman, Henry – doesn’t request earmarks

CA-31 Becerra, Xavier

CA-32 vacant

CA-33 Watson, Diane

CA-34 Roybal-Allard, Lucille

CA-35 Waters, Maxine

CA-36 Harman, Jane

CA-37 Richardson, Laura

CA-38 Napolitano, Grace

CA-39 Sanchez, Linda

CA-40 Royce, Ed

CA-41 Lewis, Jerry

CA-42 Miller, Gary

CA-43 Baca, Joe

CA-44 Calvert, Ken

CA-45 Bono, Mary

CA-46 Rohrabacher, Dana

CA-47 Sanchez, Loretta

CA-48 Campbell, John – doesn’t request earmarks

CA-49 Issa, Darrell – doesn’t request earmarks

CA-50 Bilbray, Brian

CA-51 Filner, Bob

CA-52 Hunter, Duncan

CA-53 Davis, Susan

Senator Boxer, Barbara

Senator Feinstein, Dianne

Colorado

CO-1 DeGette, Diana

CO-2 Polis, Jared

CO-3 Salazar, John T.

CO-4 Markey, Betsy

CO-5 Lamborn, Doug

CO-6 Coffman, Mike – doesn’t request earmarks

CO-7 Perlmutter, Ed

Senator Bennett, Michael

Senator Udall, Mark

Connecticut

CT-1 Larson, John

CT-2 Courtney, Joe

CT-3 DeLauro, Rosa

CT-4 Himes, Jim

CT-5 Murphy, Chris

Senator Dodd, Christopher

Senator Lieberman, Joseph

Delaware

DE-at large Castle, Michael

Senator Carper, Tom

Senator Kaufman, Edward

District of Columbia

DC-del Norton, Eleanor Holmes

Florida

FL-1 Miller, Jeff

FL-2 Boyd, Allen

FL-3 Brown, Corinne

FL-4 Crenshaw, Ander

FL-5 Brown-Waite, Virginia

FL-6 Stearns, Cliff

FL-7 Mica, John

FL-8 Grayson, Alan

FL-9 Bilirakis, Gus

FL-10 Young, C.W.

FL-11 Castor, Kathy

FL-12 Putnam, Adam

FL-13 Buchanan, Vernon

FL-14 Mack, Connie

FL-15 Posey, Bill

FL-16 Rooney, Tom

FL-17 Meek, Kendrick

FL-18 Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana

FL-19 Wexler, Robert

FL-20 Wasserman Schultz, Debbie

FL-21 Diaz-Balart, Lincoln

FL-22 Klein, Ron

FL-23 Hastings, Alcee

FL-24 Kosmas, Suzanne

FL-25 Diaz-Balart, Mario

Senator Martinez, Mel

Senator Nelson, Bill

Georgia

GA-1 Kingston, Jack

GA-2 Bishop, Sanford D.

GA-3 Westmoreland, Lynn – doesn’t request earmarks

GA-4 Johnson, Hank

GA-5 Lewis, John

GA-6 Price, Tom – doesn’t request earmarks

GA-7 Linder, John

GA-8 Marshall, Jim

GA-9 Deal, Nathan

GA-10 Broun, Paul – doesn’t request earmarks

GA-11 Gingrey, Phil

GA-12 Barrow, John

GA-13 Scott, David

Senator Chambliss, Saxby

Senator Isakson, Johnny

Hawaii

HI-1 Abercrombie, Neil

HI-2 Hirono, Mazie

Senator Akaka, Daniel

Senator Inouye, Daniel

Idaho

ID-1 Minnick, Walt – doesn’t request earmarks

ID-2 Simpson, Mike

Senator Crapo, Mike

Senator Risch, James

Illinois

IL-1 Rush, Bobby

IL-2 Jackson, Jesse L.

IL-3 Lipinski, Daniel

IL-4 Gutierrez, Luis

IL-5 Quigley, Mike

IL-6 Roskam, Peter J.

IL-7 Davis, Danny K.

IL-8 Bean, Melissa

IL-9 Schakowsky, Jan

IL-10 Kirk, Mark – doesn’t request earmarks

IL-11 Halvorson, Deborah

IL-12 Costello, Jerry

IL-13 Biggert, Judy

IL-14 Foster, Bill

IL-15 Johnson, Timothy

IL-16 Manzullo, Donald

IL-17 Hare, Phil

IL-18 Schock, Aaron

IL-19 Shimkus, John

Senator Burris, Roland and more

Senator Durbin, Richard

Indiana

IN-1 Visclosky, Peter

IN-2 Donnelly, Joe

IN-3 Souder, Mark

IN-4 Buyer, Steve

IN-5 Burton, Dan – doesn’t request earmarks

IN-6 Pence, Mike – doesn’t request earmarks

IN-7 Carson, Andre

IN-8 Ellsworth, Brad

IN-9 Hill, Baron

Senator Lugar, Richard

Senator Bayh, Evan – doesn’t request earmarks

Iowa

IA-1 Braley, Bruce

IA-2 Loebsack, David

IA-3 Boswell, Leonard

IA-4 Latham, Tom

IA-5 King, Steve

Senator Grassley, Chuck

Senator Harkin, Tom

Kansas

KS-1 Moran, Jerry

KS-2 Jenkins, Lynn

KS-3 Moore, Dennis

KS-4 Tiahrt, Todd

Senator Brownback, Sam

Senator Roberts, Pat

Kentucky

KY-1 Whitfield, Ed

KY-2 Guthrie, S. Brett

KY-4 Davis, Geoff

KY-5 Rogers, Hal

KY-6 Chandler, Ben

Senator Bunning, Jim

Senator McConnell, Mitch

Louisiana

LA-1 Scalise, Steve

LA-2 Cao, Joseph

LA-3 Melancon, Charlie

LA-4 Fleming, John

LA-5 Alexander, Rodney

LA-6 Cassidy, William – doesn’t request earmarks

LA-7 Boustany, Charles

Senator Landrieu, Mary

Senator Vitter, David

Maine

ME-1 Pingree, Chellie

ME-2 Michaud, Michael

Senator Collins, Susan

Senator Snowe, Olympia

Maryland

MD-1 Kratovil, Frank

MD-2 Ruppersberger, Dutch

MD-3 Sarbanes, John

MD-4 Edwards, Donna

MD-5 Hoyer, Steny

MD-6 Bartlett, Roscoe

MD-7 Cummings, Elijah

MD-8 Van Hollen, Chris

Senator Cardin, Benjaman

Senator Mikulski, Barbara

Massachusetts

MA-1 Olver, John

MA-2 Neal, Richard E.

MA-3 McGovern, James

MA-4 Frank, Barney

MA-5 Tsongas, Niki

MA-6 Tierney, John

MA-7 Markey, Ed

MA-8 Capuano, Michael

MA-9 Lynch, Stephen

MA-10 Delahunt, William

Senator Kennedy, Edward

Senator Kerry, John

Michigan

MI-1 Stupak, Bart

MI-2 Hoekstra, Pete

MI-3 Ehlers, Vernon

MI-4 Camp, Dave

MI-5 Kildee, Dale

MI-6 Upton, Fred

MI-7 Schauer, Mark

MI-8 Rogers, Mike

MI-9 Peters, Gary

MI-10 Miller, Candice

MI-11 McCotter, Thaddeus – doesn’t request earmarks

MI-12 Levin, Sander

MI-13 Kilpatrick, Carolyn

MI-14 Conyers, John

MI-15 Dingell, John

Senator Levin, Carl

Senator Stabenow, Debbie

Minnesota

MN-1 Walz, Timothy

MN-2 Kline, John – doesn’t request earmarks

MN-3 Paulsen, Erik

MN-4 McCollum, Betty

MN-5 Ellison, Keith

MN-6 Bachman, Michele

MN-7 Peterson, Collin

MN-8 Oberstar, James

Senator Klobuchar, Amy

Senator

Mississippi

MS-1 Childers, Travis

MS-2 Thompson, Bennie

MS-3 Harper, Gregg

MS-4 Taylor, Gene

Senator Cochran, Thad

Senator Wicker, Roger

Missouri

MO-1 Clay, William Lacy

MO-2 Akin, Todd

MO-3 Carnahan, Russ

MO-4 Skelton, Ike

MO-5 Cleaver, Emanuel

MO-6 Graves, Sam

MO-7 Blunt, Roy

MO-8 Emerson, Jo Ann

MO-9 Luetkemeyer, Blaine – doesn’t request earmarks

Senator Bond, Christopher

Senator McCaskill, Claire (doesn’t request earmarks)

Montana

MT-at large Rehberg, Dennis

Senator Baucus, Max

Senator Tester, John

Nebraska

NE-1 Fortenberry, Jeff

NE-2 Terry, Lee

NE-3 Smith, Adrian

Senator Johanns, Mike (doesn’t request earmarks)

Senator Nelson, Ben

Nevada

NV-1 Berkley, Shelley

NV-2 Heller, Dean

NV-3 Titus, Dina

Senator Ensign, John

Senator Reid, Harry

New Hampshire

NH-1 Shea-Porter, Carol

NH-2 Hodes, Paul

Senator Gregg, Judd

Senator Shaheen, Jeanne

New Jersey

NJ-1 Andrews, Rob

NJ-2 LoBiondo, Frank

NJ-3 Adler, John

NJ-4 Smith, Chris

NJ-5 Garrett, Scott

NJ-6 Pallone Jr., Frank

NJ-7 Lance, Leonard

NJ-8 Pascrell Jr., Bill

NJ-9 Rothman, Steven

NJ-10 Payne, Donald

NJ-11 Frelinghuysen, Rodney

NJ-12 Holt, Rush

NJ-13 Sires, Albio

Senator Lautenberg, Frank

Senator Menendez, Robert

New Mexico

NM-1 Heinrich, Martin

NM-2 Teague, Harry

NM-3 Lujan, Ben

Senator Bingaman, Jeff

Senator Udall, Tom

New York

NY-1 Bishop, Timothy

NY-2 Israel, Steve

NY-3 King, Peter

NY-4 McCarthy, Carolyn

NY-5 Ackerman, Gary

NY-6 Meeks, Gregory W.

NY-7 Crowley, Joseph

NY-8 Nadler, Jerrold

NY-9 Weiner, Anthony

NY-10 Towns, Edolphus

NY-11 Clarke, Yvette

NY-12 Velazquez, Nydia

NY-13 McMahon, Michael

NY-14 Maloney, Carolyn

NY-15 Rangel, Charles

NY-16 Serrano, Jose

NY-17 Engel, Eliot

NY-18 Lowey, Nita

NY-19 Hall, John

NY-20 Murphy, Scott

NY-21 Tonko, Paul

NY-22 Hinchey, Maurice

NY-23 McHugh, John (domestic and defense)

NY-24 Arcuri, Michael

NY-25 Maffei, Daniel

NY-26 Lee, Christopher

NY-27 Higgins, Brian

NY-28 Slaughter, Louise

NY-29 Massa, Eric

Senator Gillibrand, Kirsten

Senator Schumer, Charles

North Carolina

NC-1 Butterfield, G.K.

NC-2 Etheridge, Bob

NC-3 Jones, Walter B. – doesn’t request earmarks

NC-4 Price, David

NC-5 Foxx, Virginia – doesn’t request earmarks

NC-6 Coble, Howard

NC-7 McIntyre, Mike

NC-8 Kissell, Larry

NC-9 Myrick, Sue

NC-10 McHenry, Patrick – doesn’t request earmarks

NC-11 Shuler, Heath

NC-12 Watt, Mel

NC-13 Miller, Brad

Senator Burr, Richard

Senator Hagan, Kay

North Dakota

ND-at large Pomery, Earl

Senator Conrad, Kent

Senator Dorgan, Byron

Northern Mariana Islands

NMI-at large Sablan, Gregorio

Ohio

OH-1 Driehaus, Steve

OH-2 Schmidt, Jean

OH-3 Turner, Michael

OH-4 Jordan, Jim

OH-5 Latta, Robert

OH-6 Wilson, Charles

OH-7 Austria, Steve

OH-8 Boehner, John – doesn’t request earmarks

OH-9 Kaptur, Marcy

OH-10 Kucinich, Dennis J.

OH-11 Fudge, Marcia

OH-12 Tiberi, Pat – doesn’t request earmarks

OH-13 Sutton, Betty

OH-14 LaTourette, Steven

OH-15 Kilroy, Mary Jo

OH-16 Boccieri, John

OH-17 Ryan, Tim

OH-18 Space, Zachary

Senator Brown, Sherrod

Senator Voinovich, George (press releases starting 4/30/09)

Oklahoma

OK-1 Sullivan, John

OK-2 Boren, Dan

OK-3 Lucas, Frank

OK-4 Cole, Tom

OK-5 Fallin, Mary

Senator Coburn, Tom (doesn’t request earmarks)

Senator Inhofe, James

Oregon

OR-1 Wu, David

OR-2 Walden, Greg

OR-3 Blumenauer, Earl

OR-4 DeFazio, Peter

OR-5 Schrader, Kurt

Senator Merkley, Jeff

Senator Wyden, Ron

Pennsylvania

PA-1 Brady, Robert

PA-2 Fattah, Chaka

PA-3 Dahlkemper, Kathy

PA-4 Altmire, Jason

PA-5 Thompson, Glenn

PA-6 Gerlach, Jim

PA-7 Sestak, Joe

PA-8 Murphy, Patrick

PA-9 Shuster, Bill

PA-10 Carney, Christopher

PA-11 Kanjorski, Paul E.

PA-12 Murtha, John

PA-13 Schwartz, Allyson

PA-14 Doyle, Mike

PA-15 Dent, Charles W.

PA-16 Pitts, Joseph – doesn’t request earmarks

PA-17 Holden, Tim

PA-18 Murphy, Tim

PA-19 Platts, Todd

Senator Casey, Robert (series of press releases beginning on 5/5/09)

Senator Specter, Arlen

Puerto Rico

PR-at large Pierluisi, Pedro

Rhode Island

RI-1 Kennedy, Patrick

RI-2 Langevin, Jim

Senator Reed, Jack

Senator Whitehouse, Sheldon

South Carolina

SC-1 Brown, Henry

SC-2 Wilson, Joe

SC-3 Barrett, J. Gresham

SC-4 Inglis, Bob

SC-5 Spratt, John

SC-6 Clyburn, James

Senator DeMint, Jim (doesn’t request earmarks)

Senator Graham, Lindsey

South Dakota

SD-at large Herseth Sandlin, Stephanie

Senator Johnson, Tim

Senator Thune, John

Tennessee

TN-1 Roe, Phil

TN-2 Duncan, John

TN-3 Wamp, Zach

TN-4 Davis, Lincoln

TN-5 Cooper, Jim – doesn’t request earmarks

TN-6 Gordon, Bart

TN-7 Blackburn, Marsha – doesn’t request earmarks

TN-8 Tanner, John

TN-9 Cohen, Steve

Senator Alexander, Lamar

Senator Corker, Bob

Texas

TX-1 Gohmert, Louie

TX-2 Poe, Ted

TX-3 Johnson, Sam

TX-4 Hall, Ralph

TX-5 Hensarling, Jeb – doesn’t request earmarks

TX-6 Barton, Joe

TX-7 Culberson, John

TX-8 Brady, Kevin

TX-9 Green, Al

TX-10 McCaul, Michael – doesn’t request earmarks

TX-11 Conaway, K. Michael

TX-12 Granger, Kay

TX-13 Thornberry, Mac

TX-14 Paul, Ron

TX-15 Hinojosa, Ruben

TX-16 Reyes, Silvestre

TX-17 Edwards, Chet

TX-18 Jackson Lee, Sheila

TX-19 Neugebauer, Randy

TX-20 Gonzalez, Charlie

TX-21 Smith, Lamar

TX-22 Olson, Pete

TX-23 Rodriguez, Ciro

TX-24 Marchant, Kenny

TX-25 Doggett, Lloyd

TX-26 Burgess, Michael

TX-27 Ortiz, Solomon

TX-28 Cuellar, Henry

TX-29 Green, Gene

TX-30 Johnson, Eddie Bernice

TX-31 Carter, John

TX-32 Sessions, Pete

Senator Cornyn, John

Senator Hutchison, Kay Bailey

Utah

UT-1 Bishop, Rob

UT-2 Matheson, Jim

UT-3 Chaffetz, Jason – doesn’t request earmarks

Senator Bennett, Robert

Senator Hatch, Orrin

Vermont

VT-at large Welch, Peter

Senator Leahy, Patrick

Senator Sanders, Bernard

Virginia

VA-1 Wittman, Robert

VA-2 Nye, Glenn

VA-3 Scott, Robert C. “Bobby”

VA-4 Forbes, Randy

VA-5 Perriello, Tom

VA-6 Goodlatte, Bob

VA-7 Cantor, Eric – doesn’t request earmarks

VA-8 Moran, Jim

VA-9 Boucher, Rick

VA-10 Wolf, Frank

VA-11 Connolly, Gerry

Senator Warner, Mark

Senator Webb, Jim

Washington

WA-1 Inslee, Jay

WA-2 Larsen, Rick

WA-3 Baird, Brian

WA-4 Hastings, Doc

WA-5 McMorris Rodgers, Cathy

WA-6 Dicks, Norm

WA-7 McDermott, Jim

WA-8 Reichert, David

WA-9 Smith, Adam

Senator Cantwell, Maria (series of press releases beginning 5/8/09)

Senator Murray, Patty

West Virginia

WV-1 Mollohan, Alan

WV-2 Capito, Shelley Moore

WV-3 Rahall, Nick

Senator Byrd, Robert

Senator Rockefeller, Jay

Wisconsin

WI-1 Ryan, Paul – doesn’t request earmarks

WI-2 Baldwin, Tammy

WI-3 Kind, Ron – doesn’t request earmarks

WI-4 Moore, Gwen

WI-5 Sensenbrenner, James – doesn’t request earmarks

WI-6 Petri, Thomas

WI-7 Obey, David

WI-8 Kang, Steve

Senator Feingold, Russell (doesn’t request earmarks)

Senator Kohl, Herb

Wyoming

WY-at large Lummis, Cynthia – doesn’t request earmarks

Senator Barrasso, John

Senator Enzi, Michael

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Economic Stimulus. H.R. 5140, the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008, passed 385-35 on January 29, 2008 (Roll Call 25). It would provide about $150 billion in economic stimulus, including $101.1 billion in direct payments of rebate checks (typically $600) to most taxpayers in 2008 and temporary tax breaks for businesses. Creating money out of thin air and then spending the newly created money cannot improve the economy, at least not in the long term. (If it could, why not create even more money for rebates and make every American a millionaire?) The stimulus has no offset and thus increases the federal deficit by the amount of the stimulus because the government must borrow the rebate money. A realistic long-term stimulus can only be achieved by lowering taxes through less government and by reducing regulatory burdens.Marsha Blackburn voted FOR this bill.(Source: The New American – July 21, 2008)

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