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Bringing Home the Pork


With Democrats now in control of the State Senate, legislators from the city received a substantial share of member items. Here is a list of who in the city delegation got what.

26. Andrew Lanza (R)
$250,000
SENATOR MEMBER ITEM AMOUNT
1. Senate President Pro Tempore Malcolm Smith (D)
$5.7 million
2. Deputy Majority Leader Jeff Klein (D)
$5 million
3. Vice Finance Chair Liz Krueger (D)
$4 million
3. Finance Chair Carl Kruger (D)
$4 million
5. Democratic Leader John Sampson (D)
$3.04 million
6. Tom Duane (D)
$3 million
6. Velmanette Montgomery (D)
$3 million
6. Eric Schneiderman (D)
$3 million
9. George Onorato (D)
$2.97 million
10. Pedro Espada Jr. (D)
$2.05 million
11. Ruben Diaz Sr. (D)
$2 million
11. Martin Dilan (D)
$2 million
11. Ruth Hassell-Thompson (D)
$2 million
11. Kevin Parker (D)
$2 million
11. Toby Ann Stavisky (D)
$2 million
16. Diane Savino (D)
$1.1 million
17. Eric Adams (D)
$1.05 million
18.Shirley Huntley (D)
$1 million
18. Bill Perkins (D)
$1 million
18. Jose Serrano (D)
$1 million
18. Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D)
$1 million
22. Hiram Monserrate (D)
$650,000
23. Daniel Squadron (D)
$521,000
24. Frank Padavan (R)
$510,000
25. Joseph Addabbo (D)
$500,000
26. Martin Golden (R)
$250,000

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