Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Which state senators have the most cash on hand?

Here's a ranking of Mississippi state senators who have the most cash on hand as of May 1, 2011. Only senators with more than $20,000 are listed:
  1. Merle Flowers (R-Southaven): $171,410
  2. David Blount (D-Jackson): $112,755
  3. Hob Bryan (D-Amory): $107,766
  4. Briggs Hopson (R-Vicksburg): $70,284
  5. Terry Brown (R-Columbus): $59,760
  6. Doug Davis (R-Hernando): $57,468
  7. David Baria (D-Bay St. Louis): $50,411
  8. Tommy Moffat (R-Gautier): $50,283
  9. Videt Carmichael (R-Meridian): $49,690
  10. Perry Lee (R-Mendenhall): $47,810
  11. Giles Ward (R-Louisville): $40,147
  12. Sid Albritton (R-Picayune): $30,602
  13. Buck Clarke (R-Hollandale): $26,522
  14. Gary Jackson (R-French Camp): $25,734
  15. Haskins Montgomery (D-Bay Springs): $21,640

There are several senators whose reports are not on the Secretary of State's website yet, so this list will likely have to be updated. Those senators are: Nolan Mettetal (R-Sardis), Willie Simmons (D-Cleveland), Derrick Simmons (D-Greenville), Kenneth Jones (D-Canton), John Horhn (D-Jackson), Hillman Frazier (D-Jackson), Alice Harden (D-Jackson), Dean Kirby (R-Pearl), Terry Burton (R-Newton), Sampson Jackson (D-Preston), Joey Fillingane (R-Sumrall), Chris McDaniel (R-Ellisville), Billy Hudson (R-Hattiesburg), Deborah Dawkins (D-Pass Christian), Tommy Gollott (R-Biloxi), and Michael Watson (R-Pascagoula).

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