In a new article and interactive map from Forbes of the richest person in each state, a handful of them, like Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, are household names. Others, not so much — like candy scion Jacqueline Mars, whose $22.9 billion fortune makes her Virginia’s wealthiest resident, or Harold Hamm, who pulled off the impressive feat of losing more than $9 billion when the energy market tanked and still coming out on top in the state of Oklahoma with a net worth of $10 billion.
In Forbes‘ second-annual state-by-state list — which actually consists of 54 people thanks to four ties — there are only eight who aren’t billionaires. The “poorest” ones on the list (yes, still a very relative term here) are Alaska real-estate business partners Jonathan Rubini and Leonard Hyde, who tie for that state’s top spot with a fortune of $350 million each.
On the other end of the spectrum, the top two spots go to Gates and Buffett, who have amassed fortunes of $76 billion and $67.9 billion, respectively.
See the complete list here.