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Deficiency Payments in Michigan totaled $58.4 million from 1995-2012.

Congressional Districts in Michigan Receiving Deficiency Payments payments, 1995-2012
Rank District Deficiency Payments
1995-2012
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
17th District of Michigan (Rep. Tim Walberg)$12,377,49721.2%21.2%
24th District of Michigan (Rep. Dave Camp)$10,217,63017.5%38.7%
310th District of Michigan (Rep. Candice S.Miller)$9,567,32116.4%55.1%
46th District of Michigan (Rep. Fred Upton)$8,980,17815.4%70.4%
53rd District of Michigan (Rep. Justin Amash)$5,629,5479.6%80.1%
65th District of Michigan (Rep. Daniel T.Kildee)$3,467,2025.9%86.0%
78th District of Michigan (Rep. Mike Rogers)$2,535,1364.3%90.4%
82nd District of Michigan (Rep. Bill Huizenga)$2,361,4184.0%94.4%
91st District of Michigan (Rep. Dan Benishek)$1,640,6952.8%97.2%
1012th District of Michigan (Rep. John D.Dingell)$164,5880.3%97.5%
1111th District of Michigan (Rep. Kerry L.Bentivolio)$61,4750.1%97.6%
1214th District of Michigan (Rep. Gary C.Peters)$11,6340.0%97.6%
139th District of Michigan (Rep. Sander M.Levin)$3270.0%97.6%
1413th District of Michigan (Rep. John Conyers)$1000.0%97.6%

NOTE: Not all recipients were able to be placed into Congressional Districts so the District total may not total 100%. Nationally 96% of all program monies were designated into a Congressional District

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.