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Friday, November 27, 2009

Kay Hagan among wealthiest U.S. senators

Posted by on Fri, Nov 27, 2009 at 9:33 AM

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With an average net worth of $17 million, Sen. Kay Hagan ranked 14th of the 25 richest U.S. senators in 2008, according to an analysis by the Center      for Responsive Politics. The figures came from the senators' required annual financial disclosures. (On Friday morning, the CRP site was down due to      extremely high traffic. Go to The New York Times article to see the full list.)

Of the 25, 14 were Democrats and 11 were Republicans Herb Kohl, a Wisconsin Democrat topped the list with an average net worth of $214 million.

No North Carolina House member the representatives' top 25 list.

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