WASHINGTON-Senator Judd Gregg (R-N.H.) was one of millions to win a piece of the largest Powerball prize ever. While Gregg’s ticket wasn’t the lucky one that hit all six numbers on the $340 million jackpot, he did win $853,492, according to a foxnews.com report. He said he does not normally play but bought the ticket on a whim at a Washington, D.C. gas station. His bonus: New Hampshire does not have an income tax, but about 35% will go to the federal government. A call for comment on whether any of his winnings might get deposited into a credit union was not returned. Fox quoted Gregg on what he will do with the money: “Whatever my wife tells me.” He said it would likely go toward home improvements.

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