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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH) announced he was the second lowest spending office in Congress in 2012. The only office to spend less was the First District of the State of Washington, which was vacant between March 20 and the November election. According to the Statement of Disbursements released by the U.S. House of Representatives, Jordonís office spent $832,054 of the $1,313,374 he was allocated in 2012, returning more than $480,000 or about 37 percent of his budget to the treasury.



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