Data on the net worth of U.S. senators was compiled by Capitol Hill news outlet, Roll Call. Net worth figures are rounded estimates derived from financial disclosure forms filed in 2018. Financial disclosure forms are not necessarily comprehensive or exact. Net worth estimates do not necessarily include the value of the listed senator’s home. Personal net worth for senators who only recently took office could not be calculated as they have yet to file disclosure paperwork.
The year each senator took office, when they are up next for reelection, and party affiliation came directly from the U.S. Senate website.
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