How much are the 2016 presidential candidates worth?

Forbes put together the definitive wealth list of the candidates, compiling the net worth estimates of the top 20 Republican and Democratic contenders.

Forbes used a variety of documents, including financial disclosures with the Federal Election Commission, property records, mortgage papers and tax records.

Obviously, billionaire Donald Trump took first place. But how did the others stack up?

Check out Forbes' full rankings below:

1. Donald Trump
$4.5 bil
Richest candidate by a long shot is the GOP front-runner.

2. Carly Fiorina
$58 mil
Former HP CEO has over 1,000 investments.

3. Hillary Clinton
$45 mil
Half of power couple; the Clintons earned $28 million in 2014.

4. Lincoln Chafee
$32 mil
Rhode Island royalty inherited fortune, first U.S. Senate term.

5. Ben Carson
$26 mil
Retired neurosurgeon sat on boards of Costco, Kellogg

6. Jeb Bush
$22 mil
Fortune up nearly sixteenfold since leaving office in 2007.

7. George Pataki
$13 mil
Former N.Y. governor is a lawyer; advises on energy, environment.

8. John Kasich
$10 mil+
Ohio governor worked at Lehman Bros.; hosted Fox show.

9. Mike Huckabee
$9 mil
Longtime radio host made millions on Fox, giving speeches .

10. Jim Gilmore
$7 mil
Former Virginia governor, AG has money in cash, stocks.

11. Jim Webb
$6 mil
Ex-senator from Virginia wrote script for Rules of Engagement .

12. Bobby Jindal
$5 mil
Louisiana governor makes about $130,000 a year.

13. Ted Cruz
$3.5 mil
Tea Partier practiced law; wife works at Goldman Sachs.

14. Chris Christie
$3 mil
Wife made the money on Wall Street while he ran N.J.

15. Rand Paul
$2 mil
Sold ophthalmology practice for $220,000; wrote four books.

16. Rick Santorum
$2 mil
Former senator collects rent on six properties near Penn State.

17. Lindsey Graham
$1 mil
South Carolina senator gets fortune from homes, salary.

18. Bernie Sanders
$700,000
Vermont senator once worked as a carpenter and a filmmaker.

19. Marco Rubio
$100,000
Florida senator has house, boat, kids’ college plans and lots of debt.

20. Martin O’Malley
Zero
Former Maryland governor took on debt to send kids to college.

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