Total Tobacco Transition Payments in the United States totaled $1.4 billion from 1995-2014.

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Congressional Districts in the United States Receiving Total Tobacco Transition Payments payments, 1995-2014

Rank District Total Tobacco Transition Payments
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
17th District of North Carolina (Rep. Mike McIntyre)$129,219,9649.5%9.5%
213th District of North Carolina (Rep. George Holding)$113,189,0078.3%17.8%
31st District of North Carolina (Rep. G. K.Butterfield)$98,682,3327.2%25.0%
47th District of South Carolina (Rep. Tom Rice)$82,038,3076.0%31.0%
56th District of North Carolina (Rep. Howard Coble)$81,456,6316.0%37.0%
63rd District of North Carolina (Rep. Walter B.Jones)$80,880,1745.9%42.9%
75th District of Virginia (Rep. Robert Hurt)$80,431,1695.9%48.8%
81st District of Kentucky (Rep. Ed Whitfield)$76,674,6885.6%54.4%
96th District of Kentucky (Rep. Andy Barr)$71,583,0595.2%59.7%
102nd District of Kentucky (Rep. Brett Guthrie)$59,766,2094.4%64.0%
114th District of Kentucky (Rep. Thomas Massie)$58,826,2744.3%68.3%
128th District of Georgia (Rep. Austin Scott)$38,785,3342.8%71.2%
136th District of Tennessee (Rep. Diane Black)$35,728,0012.6%73.8%
142nd District of North Carolina (Rep. Renee L.Ellmers)$31,836,2442.3%76.1%
156th District of South Carolina (Rep. James E.Clyburn)$31,252,0972.3%78.4%
1612th District of Georgia (Rep. John Barrow)$29,725,7422.2%80.6%
178th District of North Carolina (Rep. Richard Hudson)$29,706,9682.2%82.8%
185th District of Kentucky (Rep. Harold Rogers)$25,680,8431.9%84.7%
195th District of North Carolina (Rep. Virginia Foxx)$24,967,3941.8%86.5%
209th District of Virginia (Rep. H. MorganGriffith)$18,129,4501.3%87.8%
211st District of Tennessee (Rep. David P.Roe)$15,591,5901.1%89.0%
223rd District of Florida (Rep. Ted S.Yoho)$14,643,6241.1%90.0%
2311th District of North Carolina (Rep. Mark Meadows)$11,608,3770.9%90.9%
242nd District of Ohio (Rep. Brad R.Wenstrup)$10,482,0900.8%91.7%
251st District of Georgia (Rep. Jack Kingston)$9,996,0440.7%92.4%
264th District of Virginia (Rep. J. RandyForbes)$9,668,0260.7%93.1%
277th District of Tennessee (Rep. Marsha Blackburn)$9,626,9420.7%93.8%
286th District of Indiana (Rep. Luke Messer)$7,068,4190.5%94.3%
294th District of North Carolina (Rep. David E.Price)$6,773,2810.5%94.8%
302nd District of Tennessee (Rep. John J.Duncan)$5,861,4180.4%95.3%
312nd District of Wisconsin (Rep. Mark Pocan)$4,873,9390.4%95.6%
326th District of Missouri (Rep. Sam Graves)$4,259,6130.3%95.9%
332nd District of Georgia (Rep. Sanford D.Bishop)$4,145,1890.3%96.2%
348th District of Tennessee (Rep. Stephen LeeFincher)$3,958,3270.3%96.5%
355th District of Tennessee (Rep. Jim Cooper)$3,837,3360.3%96.8%
363rd District of Tennessee (Rep. Charles J. “Chuck”Fleischman$3,018,3490.2%97.0%
373rd District of West Virginia (Rep. Nick J.Rahall)$2,498,9070.2%97.2%
389th District of Indiana (Rep. Todd C.Young)$2,307,3800.2%97.4%
396th District of Ohio (Rep. Bill Johnson)$2,211,5360.2%97.5%
404th District of Tennessee (Rep. Scott DesJarlais)$1,629,8550.1%97.7%
4112th District of North Carolina (Rep. Melvin L.Watt)$1,437,9380.1%97.8%
425th District of South Carolina (Rep. Mick Mulvaney)$1,373,2840.1%97.9%
433rd District of Wisconsin (Rep. Ron Kind)$1,008,8280.1%97.9%
442nd District of Alabama (Rep. Martha Roby)$1,004,8070.1%98.0%
452nd District of Florida (Rep. Steve Southerland)$958,2990.1%98.1%
462nd District of West Virginia (Rep. Shelley MooreCapito)$845,7040.1%98.1%
478th District of Indiana (Rep. Larry Bucshon)$607,7000.0%98.2%
481st District of South Carolina (Rep. Office of the First Co$550,1840.0%98.2%
494th District of Missouri (Rep. Vicky Hartzler)$475,6280.0%98.3%
5010th District of Georgia (Rep. Paul C.Broun)$448,2670.0%98.3%
513rd District of Kentucky (Rep. John A.Yarmuth)$338,7820.0%98.3%
526th District of Wisconsin (Rep. Thomas E.Petri)$242,3480.0%98.3%
534th District of Florida (Rep. Ander Crenshaw)$220,5740.0%98.3%
549th District of North Carolina (Rep. Robert Pittenger)$204,1260.0%98.4%
557th District of Virginia (Rep. Eric Cantor)$102,6430.0%98.4%
5615th District of Ohio (Rep. Steve Stivers)$94,0360.0%98.4%
575th District of Wisconsin (Rep. F. JamesSensenbrenner)$82,9360.0%98.4%
581st District of West Virginia (Rep. David B.McKinley)$54,5710.0%98.4%
599th District of Georgia (Rep. Doug Collins)$49,1300.0%98.4%
602nd District of Kansas (Rep. Lynn Jenkins)$46,9040.0%98.4%
611st District of Virginia (Rep. Robert J.Wittman)$30,5700.0%98.4%
6210th District of North Carolina (Rep. Patrick T.McHenry)$21,2770.0%98.4%
631st District of Ohio (Rep. Steve Chabot)$13,8010.0%98.4%
646th District of Virginia (Rep. Bob Goodlatte)$10,7340.0%98.4%
655th District of Missouri (Rep. Emanuel Cleaver)$9,0650.0%98.4%
663rd District of Missouri (Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer)$6,6050.0%98.4%
673rd District of Virginia (Rep. Robert C. “Bobby”Scott)$2,5380.0%98.4%
682nd District of Oklahoma (Rep. Markwayne Mullin)$1,8010.0%98.4%
6910th District of Ohio (Rep. Michael R.Turner)$8950.0%98.4%
701st District of Wisconsin (Rep. Paul Ryan)$8410.0%98.4%
717th District of Wisconsin (Rep. Sean P.Duffy)$2960.0%98.4%
721st District of Florida (Rep. Jeff Miller)$30.0%98.4%

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.

 

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