U.S. Rep. David Price was North Carolina's top solo earmarker.
According to a database compiled by the nonprofit Taxpayers for Common Sense, the Chapel Hill Democrat was singlehandedly responsible for $24.3 million in earmarks in this year's spending bills.
At the bottom of the list, Rep. G.K. Butterfield, who was responsible for just $856,000 in solo earmarks.
The list shift slightly if you include earmarks requested along with other members of Congress. On that list, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Dole is top with $147.8 million, followed by Sen. Richard Burr ($116.2 million), Price ($90.1 million), Hayes ($43.8 million) and Rep. Mike McIntyre ($32.6 million).
Butterfield still comes in last, with $8.2 million.
Click below for North Carolina earmarks or here for the complete spreadsheet.