List of current members of the United States Congress by wealth

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Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) is the wealthiest member of Congress, with a net worth of $357.25 million.
Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-WV), with a net worth of $108.05 million, and ranked 4th, 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.

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

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  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay "Wealth of Congress". Roll Call. 22 October 2014. Retrieved 24 October 2014. 
  2. ^ ", Personal Finances Net Worth 2011"
  3. ^ Dennis, Steven; Hunter, Jay (22 October 2014). "Wealth of Congress Jumps $150 Million". Roll Call. Retrieved 24 October 2014.