Deficiency Payments in Washington totaled $9.2 million from 1995-2020‡.
Congressional Districts in Washington Receiving Deficiency Payments payments, 1995-2020‡
|1||5th District of Washington (Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers)||$5,409,225||58.7%||58.7%|
|2||4th District of Washington (Rep. Dan Newhouse)||$2,828,202||30.7%||89.4%|
|3||3rd District of Washington (Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler)||$164,631||1.8%||91.2%|
|4||8th District of Washington (Rep. Kim Schrier)||$76,577||0.8%||92.0%|
|5||2nd District of Washington (Rep. Rick Larsen)||$53,872||0.6%||92.6%|
|6||1st District of Washington (Rep. Suzan DelBene)||$33,026||0.4%||92.9%|
|7||6th District of Washington (Rep. Derek Kilmer)||$9,110||0.1%||93.0%|
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 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.