The totals for S.C. House of Representatives’ employees now making at least $50,000 exclude the 3 percent raises for all state employees that took effect in July. The raise percentages in parentheses are rounded to the nearest percent:

Charles Reid, House clerk: $159,414 (10%)

Mitch Dorman, sergeant-at-arms: $90,600 (10%)

Don Hottel, assistant clerk in charge of research: $113,436 (5%)

Beverly Smith, chief of staff, Ways and Means Committee: $113,900 (7%)

Brad Wright, chief of staff and legal counsel, speaker’s office: $114,000 (11%)

Greg Foster, deputy chief of staff/communications director, speaker’s office: $85,000 (22%)

Thomas Hauger, geographic information system analyst: $57,750 (5%)

Patrick Dennis, chief counsel, Judiciary Committee: $95,000 (9%)

Andy Fiffick, chief counsel, Labor, Commerce and Industry Committee: $85,100 (31%)

Len Marini, director, Education and Public Works Committee: $83,434 (5%)

Mary Cauthen, director, Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs Committee: $80,404 (5%)

Van Hegler, director, Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee: $78,362 (5%)

Tim Rogers, research/budget analyst, Ways and Means Committee: $100,707 (5%)

Paul Patrick, budget director, Ways and Means Committee: $77,000 (10%)

Rena Grant, legislative director, Ways and Means Committee: $77,000 (10%)

Emily Heatwole, research/budget analyst, Ways and Means Committee: $63,600 (20%)

Kate Owen, research/budget analyst, Ways and Means Committee: $51,125 (made $38,001-$42,000 previously)

Jennifer Dobson, staff counsel, research office: $73,215 (10%)

Sherry Wright Moore, research analyst, research office: $69,675 (5%)

Emma Dean, assistant chief counsel, Judiciary Committee: $69,300 (10%)

Andy Allen, research analyst, research office: $66,089 (15%)

Patricia Miller, research assistant, speaker’s office: $56,565 (made $46,001-$49,999 previously)

Rick Fulmer, legal counsel, Education and Public Works Committee: $55,439 (10%)

Ava Brumfield, research assistant, Medical, Military Affairs and Public Works Committee: $52,500 (5%)

Julie Lybrand, research assistant, Education and Public Works Committee: $52,367 (made $46,001-$49,999 previously)

Jeannie Potter, executive assistant to the speaker: $57,300 (made $46,001-$49,999 previously)

Cynthia Lee, executive assistant to the clerk: $57,213 (10%)

Linda Anderson, executive secretary, Judiciary Committee: $53,884 (made $46,001-$49,999 previously)

Benny Debruhl, assistant sergeant-at-arms: $63,001 (10%)

Herbert Jones, assistant sergeant-at-arms: $52,966 (made $46,001-$49,999 previously)

Johnny Robinson, Blatt Building security supervisor: $59.773 (10%)

Jeffrey Tolar, House security: $52,759 (made $46,001-$49,999 previously)

Ann Martin, building manager/chief receptionist: $59,648 (5%)

C. Lem Harper, assistant building manager: $52,482 (made $46,001-$49,999 previously)

Mary Folger, journal clerk: $82,376 (10%)

Karen LaRoche, information resources manager: $82,212 (10%)

Juanita Levy, bill clerk: $76,663 (10%)

Rosalind Harriott, index and general clerk: $75,031 (12%)

Linda Hornsby, creative design/typography: $56,546 (10%)

Debra Brooks, recording clerk: $50,399 (made $42,001-$46,000 previously)

Shirley Black, accounts manager: $73,322 (5%)

Tona Quinton, accounts clerk: $60,795 (5%)

Karen Rucker, accounts clerk: $50,461 (made $38,001-$42,000 previously)

Blake Wehunt, mail and supply clerk/page supervisor/audiovisuals: $61,221 (5%)

Mag Rigby, amendment clerk/page manager: $53,309 (5%)

Source: S.C. House