Congressional cash on hand rundown

 

Many New Jersey Congressmen have fat bank accounts. Leading the pack are three Democrats, none of whom are likely to face competitive races in 2008, but all of whom are considered possible successors if Frank Lautenberg unexpectedly retires. The richest Republican is Frank LoBiondo, whose Second District seat is being eyed as a potential pickup by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. Thirteenth District Democrat Albio Sires sits at the bottom of the list. He may face a primary challenge, possibly by Jersey City Councilman Steve Fulop.

 

#1 — Frank Pallone (D-6): $2,900,677


#2
— Rob Andrews (D-1): $2,258,251

 

#3 — Steve Rothman (D-9): $1,874,703

 

#4 — Frank LoBiondo (R-2): $1,519,954

 

#5 – Jim Saxton (R-3): $1,334,599

 

#6 — Bill Pascrell (D-8): $1,016,112

 

#7 — Donald Payne (D-10): $771,134

 

#8 — Rush Holt (D-12): $630,667

 

#9 — Mike Ferguson (R-7): $603,271

 

#10 — Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-11): $571,091

 

#11 — Scott Garrett (R-5): $300,555

 

#12 — Christopher Smith (R-4): $204,633

 

#13 — Albio Sires (D-13): $57,464

Congressional cash on hand rundown