Texas duo topped the House appropriation list
The highest-ranked Republican on the list, Louisiana Minority Whip Steve Scalise, is No.45 with $ 27.9 million in claims. The highest-ranking Democrat is Majority Whip James E. Clyburn of South Carolina, in 17th place with $ 47.1 million. President Nancy Pelosi is down to No. 131, with $ 14.1 million; Majority leader Steny H. Hoyer, D-Md., Is two places behind, with $ 13.7 million.
Overall, members of the Appropriations Committee requested just under $ 1.1 billion, or about 18 percent of the total, or roughly in line with their representation among the trust applicants of the Bedroom. House Appropriations Chair Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn., Requested $ 16.1 million, making her 101st on the list. The main GOP appropriator, Kay Granger of Texas, did not ask for any marks.
Of the Democratic appropriators, Harder asked for the most funding. The main claimants among the Democratic “cardinals” are the chair of the military-VA construction subcommittee, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, of Florida, with $ 27.9 million, and the chair of the trade-justice-science subcommittee. , Matt Cartwright of Pennsylvania – another Frontline member – for $ 27.6 million.
Only a handful of members asked for less than a million dollars. One is Commerce-Justice-Science Appropriations ranking member Robert B. Aderholt, R-Ala., Although he can probably count on the retirement of Senator Richard C. Shelby, R-Ala. heavy burdens on their constituents.
The more modest request sets belong to Andy Kim, DN.J. – a Frontline member who reversed a GOP seat in 2018, in a district Trump wore twice – and Sara Jacobs, D-Calif., a recruit from a San Diego-area Safe District who succeeded Democrat Susan A. Davis. Kim and Jacobs only asked for $ 332,000 and $ 250,000, respectively.
In all, just under half of Republicans in the House asked for credits, while only one Democrat refused: Katie Porter of California.