List of current members of the United States Congress by wealth

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Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA) was the wealthiest member of Congress before leaving office in 2019, with a net worth of $283.3 million
Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA), with a net worth of $90.2 million, and ranked 7th, is the wealthiest Senator

This list of members of the United States Congress by wealth includes only the fifty richest current members of Congress and displays the difference between assets and liabilities for the member and his or her immediate family, such as a spouse or dependent children. These figures can never be entirely accurate, because the financial disclosure requirements for the United States Congress are approximate by design.[1] The original documents for each member's disclosure are publicly available on a database website, maintained by the Center for Responsive Politics.[2] For 2014, the median net worth of Congresspersons was $456,522.[3] The full list may be found in the cited link.

In 2016, to rank among the top 50 wealthiest members of Congress required a net worth of at least $6.9 million.

Source: Roll Call (2016)[1]
Rank Name Party State Incumbent Net Worth ($ million)
1 Rep. Darrell Issa Republican California No 283.3
2 Rep. Greg Gianforte Republican Montana Yes 135.7
3 Rep. Jared Polis Democratic Colorado No 122.6
4 Rep. David Trott Republican Michigan No 119.1
5 Rep. Michael McCaul Republican Texas Yes 113
6 Rep. John Delaney Democratic Maryland No 92.6
7 Sen. Mark Warner Democratic Virginia Yes 90.2
8 Rep. Vern Buchanan Republican Florida Yes 73.9
9 Sen. Richard Blumenthal Democratic Connecticut Yes 70
10 Sen. Dianne Feinstein Democratic California Yes 58.5
11 Rep. Tom Rooney Republican Florida No 55.3
12 Rep. Trey Hollingsworth Republican Indiana Yes 50.1
13 Rep. Chris Collins Republican New York Yes 43.5
14 Rep. Diane Black Republican Tennessee No 38
15 Rep. Paul Mitchell Republican Michigan Yes 37.7
16 Rep. James Renacci Republican Ohio No 34.4
17 Rep. Scott Peters Democratic California Yes 32
18 Rep. Don Beyer Democratic Virginia Yes 31.2
19 Rep. Tom MacArthur Republican New Jersey No 30
20 Rep. Suzan DelBene Democratic Washington Yes 28.4
21 Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen Republican New Jersey No 28
22 Rep. Roger Williams Republican Texas Yes 27.7
23 Rep. Ro Khanna Democratic California Yes 27
24 Sen. Claire McCaskill Democratic Missouri No 26.9
25 Sen. Bob Corker Republican Tennessee No 23.1
26 Rep. Francis Rooney Republican Florida Yes 22.6
27 Rep. Joseph Kennedy III Democratic Massachusetts Yes 18.7
28 Rep. Ralph Norman Republican South Carolina Yes 18.3
29 Sen. John Hoeven Republican North Dakota Yes 17.9
30 Rep. Nancy Pelosi Democratic California Yes 16
31 Sen. David Perdue Republican Georgia Yes 15.8
32 Sen. Jim Risch Republican Idaho Yes 15.6
33 Rep. Brad Schneider Democratic Illinois Yes 14.9
34 Rep. Buddy Carter Republican Georgia Yes 13.2
35 Rep. Lloyd Doggett Democratic Texas Yes 13.1
36 Rep. Jim Cooper Democratic Tennessee Yes 12.3
37 Rep. Rick Allen Republican Georgia Yes 11.7
38 Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner Republican Wisconsin Yes 11.1
39 Rep. Fred Upton Republican Michigan Yes 11
40 Rep. Nita M. Lowey Democratic New York Yes 10.9
41 Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney Democratic New York Yes 10.8
42 Sen. Mitch McConnell Republican Kentucky Yes 10.4
43 Rep. Mike Kelly Republican Pennsylvania Yes 10.4
44 Sen. Ron Johnson Republican Wisconsin Yes 10.4
45 Rep. Rod Blum Republican Iowa No 10.2
46 Sen. Johnny Isakson Republican Georgia Yes 9.7
47 Rep. Bill Foster Democratic Illinois Yes 9.3
48 Sen. Rob Portman Republican Ohio Yes 8.6
49 Rep. Steve Pearce Republican New Mexico No 7.5
50 Sen. Steve Daines Republican Montana Yes 6.9

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  1. ^ a b "Wealth of Congress". Roll Call. Retrieved December 14, 2016.
  2. ^ ", Personal Finances Net Worth 2011"
  3. ^ Dennis, Steven; Hunter, Jay (October 22, 2014). "Wealth of Congress Jumps $150 Million". Roll Call. Retrieved October 24, 2014.