Grayson, who defeated four-term GOP incumbent Ric Keller, reports a net worth of about $29 million. An attorney who founded the telecommunications company IDT Corp. in 1990, Grayson grew up poor in New York but now has a trust worth more than $25 million, which provides him an annual income of seven figures. He reports no liabilities.
Sen.-elect Jim Risch (R-Idaho)
Risch, who replaces retiring Sen. Larry Craig (R), stakes his fortune in farm and ranch land.
The Republican lists 40-acre lots in Ada and Canyon counties in Idaho, as well as another 24-acre site in Canyon County, all at a value of at least $5 million.
A fourth property of more than 160 acres in Ada County is valued at least $1 million.
In addition, Risch lists a half-dozen investment properties, including four in Boise, Idaho, valued at a minimum of $100,000 each.
Risch, the states lieutenant governor, also lists his law firm, Risch Goss Insinger Gustavel, at a value of at least $1 million.
The Idahoans liabilities include three mortgages on investment properties, ranging from $15,001 to $50,000 and $50,001 to $100,000.
Rep.-elect Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.)
Lummis reports a net worth of at least $17.2 million, mostly on the basis of three cattle ranches (though one is referred to as the Arpt & Hammond Hardware Co.) each valued at $5 million to $25 million. She reports two mortgages worth at least $1.1 million in liabilities.
Rep.-elect Chris Lee (R-N.Y.)
Lee, who replaced retiring Rep. Tom Reynolds (R), was an executive in a family manufacturing firm that was sold in 2007 for nearly $400 million. He now has investments scattered across dozens of mutual fund accounts, and his minimum net worth is about $11 million. Lee lists no liabilities.
Sen.-elect Kay Hagan (D-N.C.)
After eking out an upset win over Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R), Hagan will take not only her place in the Senate but will also snag a spot among the 50 richest Members.
While Hagan wont land in the upper echelons Dole, with an estimated net worth of at least $16.45 million, ranked 19th in the 2008 list a personal wealth of at least
$8 million will position Hagan far from the bottom rung.
Among the investments that Hagan, a state Senator and former banker, and her husband list are at least $5.5 million in commercial warehouses in Lakeland, Fla.
Hagan is the niece of former Florida Gov. and Sen. Lawton Chiles (D).
In addition, Hagans husband lists over $1 million in investments in Lincoln National Corp., a holding company made up of insurance, financial planning and advisory companies. The Hagans also list extensive stock investments and bonds, many in the ranges of $1,001 to $15,000 and $15,001 to $50,000.
Hagan lists about $3 million in liabilities, including 10 mortgages issued by Florida lenders ranging from at least $50,001 to at least $500,001. She also lists mortgages from lenders in Georgia, Arizona, Illinois and North Carolina ranging from at least $250,001 to at least $500,001.
Griffith, who replaced retiring Democratic Rep. Bud Cramer, lists assets worth about $8.6 million and about $1.2 million in liabilities, for a minimum net worth of about $7.4 million.
A physician before running for public office, Griffith owns several pieces of Alabama real estate with a combined value of more than $2 million, and several significant stock holdings, including from $1 million to
$5 million in now-defunct mortgage lender Washington Mutual.
Terri Henderson, 6, center, whose mother is El Salvador, attends a rally with members of Congress at Union Station's Columbus Circle to announce the Restore Opportunity, Strengthen, and Improve the Economy (ROSIE) Act on July 29, 2014. The legislation provides incentives for government contractors to pay a living wage and other benefits that would help low-income workers.