USDA subsidies in Monterey County, California totaled $102 million from 1995-2019‡.

Total USDA - Subsidies in California by Congressional District, 1995-2019‡

Rank District Total USDA - Subsidies
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
13rd District of California (Rep. John Garamendi)$2,021,572,36116.0%16.0%
221st District of California (Rep. TJ Cox)$1,779,137,39514.1%30.0%
31st District of California (Rep. Doug LaMalfa)$921,746,4707.3%37.3%
416th District of California (Rep. Jim Costa)$772,117,1216.1%43.4%
522nd District of California (Rep. Devin Nunes)$557,110,0704.4%47.8%
623rd District of California (Rep. Kevin McCarthy)$287,086,9972.3%50.1%
79th District of California (Rep. Jerry McNerney)$215,127,7561.7%51.8%
810th District of California (Rep. Josh Harder)$211,637,0551.7%53.5%
924th District of California (Rep. Salud Carbajal)$160,749,5091.3%54.8%
1051st District of California (Rep. Juan Vargas)$144,404,2921.1%55.9%
112nd District of California (Rep. Jared Huffman)$98,568,0040.8%56.7%
124th District of California (Rep. Tom McClintock)$98,151,2090.8%57.5%
1336th District of California (Rep. Raul Ruiz)$75,525,2980.6%58.0%
1420th District of California (Rep. Jimmy Panetta)$70,150,1560.6%58.6%
157th District of California (Rep. Ami Bera)$30,859,5360.2%58.8%
1635th District of California (Rep. Norma Torres)$27,963,0640.2%59.1%
176th District of California (Rep. Doris Matsui)$26,982,7080.2%59.3%
185th District of California (Rep. Mike Thompson)$24,182,5100.2%59.5%
1926th District of California (Rep. Julia Brownley)$23,265,3770.2%59.7%
208th District of California (Rep. Paul Cook)$17,994,2180.1%59.8%
2142nd District of California (Rep. Ken Calvert)$17,925,8300.1%59.9%
2215th District of California (Rep. Eric Swalwell)$14,845,1120.1%60.1%
2350th District of California (Rep. Duncan Hunter)$10,636,9190.1%60.1%
2419th District of California (Rep. Zoe Lofgren)$6,945,2860.1%60.2%
2511th District of California (Rep. Mark DeSaulnier)$5,271,3560.0%60.2%
2641st District of California (Rep. Mark Takano)$4,461,4620.0%60.3%
2725th District of California (Rep. Katie Hill)$3,502,7020.0%60.3%
2849th District of California (Rep. Mike Levin)$1,641,4430.0%60.3%
2939th District of California (Rep. Gilbert Ray Cisneros, Jr.)$1,538,9740.0%60.3%
3014th District of California (Rep. Jackie Speier)$1,456,9550.0%60.3%
3131st District of California (Rep. Pete Anguilar)$1,375,8860.0%60.3%
3218th District of California (Rep. Anna Eshoo)$1,147,4190.0%60.4%
3317th District of California (Rep. Ro Khanna)$863,8060.0%60.4%
3452nd District of California (Rep. Scott Peters)$735,0970.0%60.4%
3527th District of California (Rep. Judy Chu)$677,3570.0%60.4%
3630th District of California (Rep. Brad Sherman)$598,7250.0%60.4%
3753rd District of California (Rep. Susan Davis)$436,8180.0%60.4%
3833rd District of California (Rep. Ted Lieu)$427,3620.0%60.4%
3947th District of California (Rep. Alan Lowenthal)$228,4990.0%60.4%
4038th District of California (Rep. Linda Sanchez)$199,4670.0%60.4%
4140th District of California (Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard)$175,8060.0%60.4%
4228th District of California (Rep. Adam Schiff)$97,4590.0%60.4%
4345th District of California (Rep. Katie Porter)$83,2230.0%60.4%
4413th District of California (Rep. Barbara Lee)$52,6990.0%60.4%
4544th District of California (Rep. Nanette Barragan)$52,4210.0%60.4%
4629th District of California (Rep. Tony Cardenas)$51,5730.0%60.4%
4743rd District of California (Rep. Maxine Waters)$14,2860.0%60.4%
4846th District of California (Rep. Lou Correa)$12,6810.0%60.4%
4937th District of California (Rep. Karen Bass)$11,5200.0%60.4%
5034th District of California (Rep. Jimmy Gomez)$1,4590.0%60.4%
5148th District of California (Rep. Harley Rouda)$5400.0%60.4%

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.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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