CAROLINA ELECTIONS

Earmarks Requested for Chapel Hill in Fiscal Year 2011

41 earmarks were requested on behalf of Chapel Hill
worth an average of $1,624,610 each, for a total of $66,609,019.

Note: this list contains duplicates when multiple legislators request similar earmarks.

Earmark ↓ Amount Legislator Type
Regional Climate Centers$6,000,000Richard BurrCommerce, Justice & Science
Regional Climate Center$6,000,000Kay HaganCommerce, Justice & Science
North Carolina Collaboratory for Bio-Preparedness ("NC B-Prepared")$5,000,000Bob EtheridgeHomeland Security
North Carolina Bio-Preparedness Collaborative ("NC B-Prepared")$5,000,000David PriceHomeland Security
Center for Experiential Technologies for Urban Warfare and Disaster Response$3,700,000Mike McIntyreDefense
Center on Experiential Technologies for Urban Warfare and Disaster Response$3,700,000David PriceDefense
Partnership for National Security$3,500,000Kay HaganDefense
Long-lasting Power Devices for Autonomous Sensors$3,000,000Kay HaganDefense
Preclinical and Translational Research Center$3,000,000David PriceDefense
UNC-Chapel Hill Preclinical & Translational Research Center (PATRC)$2,900,000Kay HaganDefense
Initiative in Biomedical Microtechnologies for Combatant Security$2,400,000Kay HaganDefense
Malaria Drug Resistance Prophylaxis Clinical Studies for a Malaria Prophylaxis and Cure$2,080,487Kay HaganDefense
ARS Human Nutrition Research in Kannapolis, NC$2,000,000Kay HaganAgriculture
Program in Racial Disparities and Cardiovascular Disease$1,100,000Craig Weber
Program in Racial Disparities and Cardiovascular Disease$1,000,000G.K. Butterfield
High Performance Wheeled Vehicle Project$1,000,000Kay HaganDefense
Institute for Drug Safety Science$1,000,000Kay HaganLabor/HHS/Education
Human Nutrition Center$1,000,000David PriceAgriculture
Center of Excellence in Logistics and Technology (LOGTECH)$1,000,000David PriceHomeland Security
High Performance Computing Infrastructure for Modeling Solar Energy Devices$990,000Kay HaganEnergy & Water
High Performance Computing Infrastructure for Modeling Solar Energy$990,000David PriceEnergy & Water
The Kidney Care Prevention Program$658,000G.K. Butterfield
Green Plus: Fostering Job Growth and Sustainability in Low Wealth Communities$650,000G.K. Butterfield
Green Plus$650,000Bob EtheridgeFinancial Services
Green Plus: Fostering Job Creation and Sustainability in Low Wealth Communities (Chapel Hill, NC)$650,000Kay Hagan
Green Plus: Fostering Job Growth and Sustainability in Low Wealth Communities$650,000Mike McIntyreFinancial Services
Green Plus: Fostering Job Creation and Sustainability in Low Wealth Communities$650,000Craig Weber
Carolina College Advising Corps$520,000G.K. Butterfield
Carolina College Advising Corps$520,000Kay HaganLabor/HHS/Education
Carolina Advising Corps$520,000Larry KissellLabor/HHS/Education
Carolina College Advising Corps$520,000Larry KissellLabor/HHS/Education
Carolina College Advising Corps$520,000Mike McIntyre
Carolina College Advising Corps$520,000Brad MillerLabor/HHS/Education
Carolina College Advising Corps$518,532Craig Weber
Assets for Entrepreneurs$500,000Chaka FattahFinancial Services
Kidney Care Prevention Program$500,000David PriceLabor/HHS/Education
Chapel Hill-Carrboro YMCA Youth Center$500,000David PriceTransportation, Housing & Urban Development
PCC Housing Development Project$493,000David PriceTransportation, Housing & Urban Development
Johnston County Osteoarthritis Research and Outreach$300,000Bob EtheridgeLabor/HHS/Education
Green Plus Sustainable Strategies for Small Businesses$250,000David PriceFinancial Services
North Carolina National Forests$159,000Heath Shuler