TDs who were elected to the Dail at the most recent General Election in this region spent over €156,000 on their campaigns.
Two Fianna fail candidates spent over €20,000 on their successful bids to enter the Dáil.
More than seven million euro was spent by parties and independents during the General Election in 2020 - with local politicians not sparing the cash in their campaigns to be elected.
In the Roscommon-Galway constituency, TD Denis Naughten spent a total of €15,266 on his successful campaign. Advertising cost him over €5600 and canvas cards and car stickers also cost almost €3000 (€2,929).
Sinn Fein TD Claire Kerrane assigned spending of €10,000 to her party - with her campaign costing a total of €6,158.
The first-time TD paid out over €2,000 (€2,157) in advertising as well as just over €700 in for election posters.
Independent TD Micheal Fitzmaurice's campaign cost him a total of €9,603 - including around €1400 on advertising on traditional media while his biggest expense was election materials such as the printing of 40,000 brochures and car stickers, costing a total of €5,216.
The total of candidates' spending in Roscommon-Galway came in at €31,027.
In Sligo-Leitrim, South Donegal and north Roscommon, Marc MacSharry spent over €22,000 (€22,668) including over €8,000 on election posters, and €5,000 on advertising as well as €4,185 in transport and travel costs.
He also assigned €7,530 of the spending limit to his party.
Former MEP Marian Harkin spent a total of €17,714 on her campaign - including almost €6000 on election posters (€5872), as well as over €3400 on advertising in newspapers.
Sinn Fein TD Martin Kenny reassigned spending of €5,000 to his party - with his campaign costing a total of €16,982 - including over €8,000 on election posters and almost €6,000 on advertising.
TD Frank Feighan spent a total of €17,693 on his campaign - he also assigned a spending limit of €17,717 to the Fine Gael party.
Of his total, €4,068 was spent on advertising, €4205 on election posters.
The former senator also paid out over €6400 to Facebook.
The overall total spent by the successful candidates in the north-west was €75,057
In Longford Westmeath, TD Peter Burke's campaign cost a total of €12,411- including over 6,000 on election posters.
He also assigned spending of over €22,000 to his party.
Fianna Fail's Robert Troy spent a total of €16,594 to get re-elected - including almost €6,000 on newspaper advertising. Canvass cards also cost him a total of €3,515
First time candidate Sorca Clarke of Sinn Fein spent a total of €13,613 - including €8,086 in election posters and almost €900 on Facebook ads.
Fianna Fail's Joe Flaherty spent a total of €21, 574 - with almost €4,000 on newspaper advertising and just over €7,000 on election posters. Branded bicycles cost his campaign €570 with social media management costing €1110.
The total in Longford-Westmeath was €50, 579.
The constituency with the largest combined spend was Tipperary at €260,000 euro.