Disaster payments in 14th District of California (Rep. Jackie Speier) totaled $0 in 2020

States Receiving Total Disaster Programs payments, 2020

Rank State Total Disaster Programs
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$267,439,80213.3%13.3%
2Minnesota$164,365,7758.2%21.4%
3North Carolina$128,863,3736.4%27.8%
4North Dakota$121,386,8796.0%33.8%
5Georgia$98,828,4674.9%38.7%
6Missouri$97,900,8464.9%43.6%
7Kansas$82,411,7614.1%47.7%
8Illinois$78,788,4753.9%51.6%
9Iowa$72,351,6813.6%55.2%
10Oklahoma$69,569,4713.5%58.6%
11Nebraska$67,298,9193.3%62.0%
12Indiana$62,124,7313.1%65.0%
13South Dakota$58,793,7102.9%68.0%
14Florida$57,556,2012.9%70.8%
15New Mexico$50,949,9192.5%73.3%
16Ohio$46,191,3532.3%75.6%
17Kentucky$44,678,4342.2%77.8%
18Arkansas$43,601,6752.2%80.0%
19South Carolina$39,062,0071.9%81.9%
20Louisiana$31,627,5541.6%83.5%
21Colorado$30,190,1831.5%85.0%
22Alabama$29,371,9571.5%86.5%
23Mississippi$25,884,0411.3%87.8%
24California$21,191,2201.1%88.8%
25Virginia$20,872,0361.0%89.8%
26Michigan$20,800,8771.0%90.9%
27Wisconsin$19,479,0521.0%91.8%
28Wyoming$18,585,9420.9%92.8%
29Oregon$18,529,8280.9%93.7%
30Utah$16,732,0740.8%94.5%
31Tennessee$16,288,1770.8%95.3%
32Hawaii$14,311,0530.7%96.0%
33Montana$14,245,5410.7%96.7%
34Pennsylvania$13,481,4670.7%97.4%
35Arizona$11,365,4400.6%98.0%
36Nevada$8,800,8930.4%98.4%
37Washington$8,628,9310.4%98.8%
38Delaware$3,772,1130.2%99.0%
39Idaho$3,371,3870.2%99.2%
40New York$3,369,8860.2%99.4%
41New Jersey$3,206,3110.2%99.5%
42Maine$2,114,9890.1%99.6%
43Maryland$1,994,0780.1%99.7%
44Puerto Rico$1,844,9490.1%99.8%
45Massachusetts$980,7240.0%99.9%
46New Hampshire$880,2340.0%99.9%
47West Virginia$610,8670.0%99.9%
48Vermont$520,2330.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$420,6930.0%100.0%
50Alaska$335,7940.0%100.0%
51Connecticut$195,5770.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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