Sunday, December 30, 2018

The 50 riches senator in congress 2015

The 50 riches senator in congress 2015

This is a chance for the fifty riches Senators in Congress 2015 to show the American People where the hell they stand and who are they working for the Big Banks and Corporations or the American People.

They can start to heal the wounds, by the(Traitors)Like Benedick Arnold of the 21st century helped the Americans Students, who are trying to better their own lives, their family lives by getting a good Education and living the American DREAM.

Stand with the Students and Nine Attorney Generals and several top Senators against the (D.O.E.) Department of Education and the Predatory schools like Everest University who have been lining their pockets with the American people money, blood sweet and tears for years.

The 10 riches senator in congress 2015

Net worth of current United States Senators and Representatives

   Rank Name                           Party State Net Worth
1 Rep. Darrell Issa Republican California $357.25 million
2 Rep. Michael McCaul Republican Texas $117.54 million
3 Rep. John Delaney Democratic Maryland $111.92 million
4 Sen. Jay Rockefeller Democratic West Virginia $108.05 million
5 Sen. Mark Warner Democratic Virginia $95.13 million
6 Rep. Jared Polis Democratic Colorado $73.56 million
7 Sen. Richard Blumenthal Democratic Connecticut $62.06 million
8 Rep. Scott Peters Democratic California $45.04 million
9 Sen. Dianne Feinstein Democratic California $43.72 million[
10 Rep. Suzan DelBene Democratic Washington $37.89 million
11 Rep. Vern Buchanan Republican Florida $37.15 million
12 Rep. Chellie Pingree Democratic Maine $34.47 million
13 Rep. Gary Miller Republican California $32.97 million
14 Rep. Nancy Pelosi Democratic California $29.01 million
15 Rep. James Renacci Republican Ohio $28.08 million
16 Rep. Roger Williams Republican Texas $28.01 million
17 Rep. Alan Grayson Democratic Florida $26.18 million
18 Rep. Chris Collins Republican New York $22.50 million
19 Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen Republican New Jersey $22.21 million
20 Rep. Diane Black Republican Tennessee $21.24 million
21 Rep. Joseph Kennedy III Democratic Massachusetts $20 million
22 Sen. Jim Risch Republican Idaho $19.24 million
23 Sen. Bob Corker Republican Tennessee $19.12 million
24 Sen. Claire McCaskill Democratic Missouri $18.38 million
25 Rep. Tom Petri RepublicanWisconsin $15.64 million
26 Rep. Richard Hanna Republican New York $15.30 million
27 Sen. John McCain Republican Arizona $15.17 million
28 Sen. John Hoeven Republican North Dakota $15.16 million
29 Rep. Curt Clawson Republican Florida $13.53 million
30 Sen. Ron Johnson Republican Wisconsin $13.52 million
31 Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner Republican Wisconsin $13.04 million
32 Sen. Mitch McConnell Republican Kentucky $11.97 million
33 Sen. Tom Harkin Democratic Iowa $11.85 million
34 Rep. Brad Schneider Democratic Illinois $11.71 million
35 Rep. Lloyd Doggett Democratic Texas $11.51 million
36 Rep. Jim Cooper Democratic Tennessee $11.51 million
37 Rep. Nita M. Lowey Democratic New York $11.48 million
38 Rep. Scott Rigell Republican Virginia $11.29 million
39 Rep. Trent Franks Republican Arizona $11.10 million
40 Rep. John Campbell Republican California $10.21 million
41 Sen. Kay Hagan Democratic North Carolina $9.12 million
42 Rep. John Fleming Republican Louisiana $9.06 million
43 Sen. John Isakson Republican Georgia $8.93 million
44 Rep. Tom Price Republican Georgia $8.87 million
45 Sen. Rob Portman Republican Ohio $8.60 million
46 Rep. Mike Kelly Republican Pennsylvania $8.51 million
47 Rep. Kenny Marchant Republican Texas $8.13 million
48 Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney Democratic New York $7.73 million
49 Rep. Steve Pearce Republican New Mexico $7.72 million
50 Rep. Tom Rooney Republican Florida $7.47 million
Posted by Paul Hicks

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