The amount of money going to House members up for reelection has jumped 44 percent, Common Cause reports in a new study. The citizens' lobby group said the 412 members expected to seek reelection this year received a total of $24,286,261 in political action committee (PAC) contributions, up from the $16,866,976 the same candidates received in 1985.

This list shows the 16 House members who received more than $150,000 from PACs in 1987. Column two shows the total amount each House member received from PACs. Column three shows the percentage of money raised raised that came from PACs.

------------------------------- PAC Receipts----Percentage

-------------------------------------------------from PACs

Tony Coelho (D-Calif.)............. $223,058.......... 51%

Byron L. Dorgan (D-N.D.)........... $207,846.......... 68%

Beryl Anthony Jr. (D-Ark.)......... $207,187.......... 74%

Martin Frost (D-Tex.).............. $200,924,......... 48%

Dan Rostenkowski (D-Ill.).......... $198,298.......... 42%

Robert H. Michel (R-Ill.).......... $197,490.......... 60%

William H. Gray III (D-Pa.)........ $187,102 ......... 79%

Robert T. Matsui (D-Calif.)........ $186,200.......... 45%

James H. Quillen (R-Tenn.)......... $178,100 ......... 73%

Wayne Owens (D-Utah)............... $172,800.......... 76%

Mary Rose Oakar (D-Ohio)........... $157,625.......... 71%

William V. Alexander Jr.(D-Ark.)....$155,374.......... 40%

Ronnie G. Flippo (D-Ala.).......... $153,465.......... 75%

Henry A. Waxman (D-Calif.)......... $152,941.......... 69%

Charles B. Rangel (D-N.Y.)......... $152,575.......... 49%

Joseph DioGuardi (R-N.Y.).......... $150,850.......... 22%

SOURCE: Common Cause