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New York: Legislative Spending Agendas
113th Congress, First Session


 

Name Party Increase Decrease Net Spending Agenda # of Increase # of Decrease
Gillibrand, Kirsten D $24,025 ($84) $23,941 57 2
Schumer, Charles D $37,240 ($84) $37,156 55 2
Average   $30,633 ($84) $30,549 56 2
             
Bishop, Timothy D $65,627 ($16,265) $49,362 45 4
Clarke, Yvette D $1,306,196 ($28,728) $1,277,468 93 10
Collins, Chris R $5,401 ($69,650) ($64,249) 19 10
Crowley, Joseph D $46,158 ($6,240) $39,918 26 1
Engel, Eliot D $1,208,080 ($6,427) $1,201,653 29 3
Gibson, Christopher R $6,767 ($31,106) ($24,339) 31 3
Grimm, Michael R $16,386 ($71,835) ($55,449) 39 8
Hanna, Richard R $15,864 ($6,424) $9,440 29 6
Higgins, Brian D $56,061 ($6,240) $49,821 43 1
Israel, Steve D $43,783 ($6,243) $37,540 46 2
Jeffries, Hakeem D $51,681 ($6,240) $45,441 44 1
King, Peter R $21,472 ($6,923) $14,549 46 5
Lowey, Nita D $37,297 ($6,243) $31,054 28 2
Maffei, Daniel D $50,140 ($8,086) $42,054 38 5
Maloney, Carolyn D $1,249,781 ($16,243) $1,233,538 72 3
Maloney, Sean D $42,211 ($8,077) $34,134 36 5
McCarthy, Carolyn D $48,083 ($6,268) $41,815 42 4
Meeks, Gregory D $85,725 ($6,388) $79,337 57 2
Meng, Grace D $45,970 ($6,240) $39,730 31 1
Nadler, Jerrold D $1,320,978 ($36,786) $1,284,192 86 12
Owens, William D $34,149 ($8,189) $25,960 40 4
Rangel, Charles D $1,324,680 ($24,368) $1,300,312 128 5
Reed, Tom R $4,892 ($74,432) ($69,540) 20 10
Serrano, Jose D $1,214,019 ($6,240) $1,207,779 39 1
Slaughter, Louise D $74,141 ($16,388) $57,753 68 3
Tonko, Paul D $1,255,722 ($6,388) $1,249,334 83 2
Velazquez, Nydia D $46,451 ($6,240) $40,211 21 1
Average   $369,696 ($18,563) $351,133 47 4

 

  • Among the states and territories, New York’s House delegation had the 6th highest average net spending agenda: $351 billion.
  • In the House, 68 Representatives sponsored agendas of more than $100 billion in net increases; 7 were from New York.
  • The largest of those agendas belonged to Congressman Charles Rangel, who proposed about $1.3 trillion worth of increases.
  • New York’s Senate delegation proposed $30.5 billion in net spending increases on average, the 4th highest in that chamber.

The full report contains lots of other data points, including the cost of all bills introduced in each Chamber and a look at fiscally-related member caucuses such as the Tea Party Caucus.

Resources:

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This report should not be construed as an attempt to aid or hinder the passage of any bill before Congress or as reflecting on a Member’s fitness to serve.