Jordan lost 22 Republican votes. He can only lose 4.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan can only lose four Republican votes to win the Speaker role.
Jordan lost 20 votes on Monday during the first round. The Republicans did not hold a second round, which is expected today.
Jordan needs 217 Republican votes.
12:57 PM: Final second vote:
FINAL 2ND VOTE:
— Ryan Struyk (@ryanstruyk) October 18, 2023
12:21 PM: Jordan loses when it 5 against him.
12:12 PM: Voting has started.
11:56 AM: Oh, look. Republicans nominate Jim Jordan.
11:13 AM: Quorum Call! I think all members are present today.
10:16 AM: The House meets at 11:00 AM. A quorum call will happen, likely followed by the same old nomination speeches. Republicans will nominate Jordan. Democrats will nominate Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries.
There’s also talk to give more power to Speaker Pro Tempore Patrick McHenry (R-NC).DONATE
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