Misc. Disaster Payments in 31st District of Texas (Rep. John Carter) totaled $33,453 in 2019

States Receiving Misc. Disaster Payments payments, 2019

Rank State Misc. Disaster Payments
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Florida$129,823,45126.7%26.7%
2Georgia$113,674,54223.4%50.1%
3North Carolina$65,770,12413.5%63.6%
4Texas$25,164,3395.2%68.8%
5California$19,384,6354.0%72.7%
6Arkansas$19,366,4624.0%76.7%
7South Carolina$17,121,9043.5%80.3%
8New Mexico$16,113,4383.3%83.6%
9Colorado$11,299,0352.3%85.9%
10Oklahoma$8,232,6631.7%87.6%
11Mississippi$6,058,2171.2%88.8%
12Missouri$5,458,5261.1%89.9%
13Virginia$5,223,8431.1%91.0%
14Ohio$5,148,3241.1%92.1%
15South Dakota$3,832,0730.8%92.9%
16Utah$3,641,8720.7%93.6%
17Hawaii$3,451,0310.7%94.3%
18Alabama$3,253,2020.7%95.0%
19Montana$3,120,3750.6%95.6%
20New York$2,624,0580.5%96.2%
21Louisiana$2,447,4280.5%96.7%
22Wisconsin$2,271,8560.5%97.1%
23New Jersey$1,624,3500.3%97.5%
24Michigan$1,383,4050.3%97.8%
25Washington$1,381,5730.3%98.0%
26Oregon$1,182,9730.2%98.3%
27Tennessee$769,8180.2%98.5%
28Massachusetts$757,4650.2%98.6%
29Nebraska$723,4330.1%98.8%
30Indiana$652,2740.1%98.9%
31Pennsylvania$651,5310.1%99.0%
32Kansas$537,8390.1%99.1%
33Kentucky$487,3450.1%99.2%
34Idaho$468,8740.1%99.3%
35Alaska$437,6930.1%99.4%
36North Dakota$375,2860.1%99.5%
37Minnesota$341,8710.1%99.6%
38Arizona$291,8610.1%99.6%
39Maryland$289,3390.1%99.7%
40West Virginia$243,1610.0%99.7%
41Wyoming$227,2220.0%99.8%
42New Hampshire$219,8090.0%99.8%
43Illinois$192,8950.0%99.9%
44Rhode Island$188,1060.0%99.9%
45Connecticut$187,3180.0%99.9%
46Maine$94,8820.0%100.0%
47Iowa$90,2900.0%100.0%
48Nevada$46,5560.0%100.0%
49Vermont$27,1600.0%100.0%

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.

 

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