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14 More Republicans Publicly Back Jim Jordan as Speaker

Fourteen more House Republicans publicly backed Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) as Speaker-designate hours before the House is scheduled to hold a potential vote for Speaker.

As Breitbart News previously reported, 132 House Republicans publicly supported Jordan Monday afternoon. That count swelled to 146 Monday evening with support from Reps. Stephanie Bice, Kevin Kiley, Claudia Tenney, Rob Wittman, Lance Gooden, Mike Gallagher, Cliff Bentz, Pete Sessions, Diana Harshbarger, Rick W. Allen, Frank Lucas, Michael McCaul, John Joyce, and Hal Rogers.

The number of 146 lawmakers supporting Jordan is likely less than the actual number who support Jordan. Jordan won the conference nomination on Friday with 124 votes. He then earned 152 votes on the second ballot when members were asked if they would support him on the House floor.

Jordan needs a total of 217 votes on the House floor to become Speaker. The Ohio Congressman intends for the House floor to vote on his nomination Tuesday.

“The momentum for Jim Jordan is building,” GOP strategist Cliff Maloney told Breitbart News. “Patriots across America are calling on their Republican representatives to stand strong and unite behind Jordan for speaker.”

The full list of lawmakers who publicly support Jordan are:

1. Robert Aderholt
2. Mark Alford
3. Rick W. Allen
4. Kelly Armstrong
5. Jodey Arrington
6. Brian Babin
7. Troy Balderson
8. Jim Banks
9. Andy Barr
10. Cliff Bentz

11. Jack Bergman
12. Stephanie Bice
13. Andy Biggs
14. Gus Bilirakis
15. Dan Bishop
16. Lauren Boebert
17. Mike Bost
18. Josh Brecheen
19. Larry Bucshon
20. Vern Buchanan

21. Tim Burchett
22. Michael Burgess
23. Eric Burlison
24. Ken Calvert
25. Kat Cammack
26. Mike Carey
27. Jerry Carl
28. Buddy Carter
29. Ben Cline
30. Michael Cloud

31. Andrew Clyde
32. Tom Cole
33. Mike Collins
34. James Comer
35. Eli Crane
36. Rick Crawford
37. Dan Crenshaw
38. Warren Davidson
39. Monica De La Cruz
40. Scott DesJarlais

41. Byron Donalds
42. John Duarte
43. Jeff Duncan
44. Neal Dunn
45. Tom Emmer
46. Ron Estes
47. Mike Ezell
48. Drew Ferguson
49 Brad Finstad
50. Michelle Fischbach

51. Scott Fitzgerald
52. Mike Flood
53. Virginia Foxx
54. Scott Franklin
55. Russell Fry
56. Russ Fulcher
57. Matt Gaetz
58. Mike Gallagher
59. Mike Garcia
60. Bob Good

61. Paul Gosar
62. Lance Gooden
63. Mark Green
64. Marjorie Taylor Greene
65. Glenn Grothman
66. Harriet Hageman
67. Andy Harris
68. Kevin Hern
69. Clay Higgins
70. French Hill

71. Diana Harshbarger
72. Ashley Hinson
73. Erin Houchin
74. Richard Hudson
75. Bill Huizenga
76. Darrell Issa
77. Ronny Jackson
78. Bill Johnson
79. Dusty Johnson
80. Mike Johnson

81. Jim Jordan
82. John Joyce
83. Kevin Kiley
84. Darin LaHood
85. Nicholas Langworthy
86. Robert Latta
87. Michael Lawler
88. Debbie Lesko
89. Barry Loudermilk
90. Frank Lucas

91. Anna Paulina Luna
92. Nancy Mace
93. Nicole Malliotakis
94. Thomas Massie
95. Brian Mast
96. Kevin McCarthy
97. Michael McCaul
98. Tom McClintock
99. Richard McCormick
100. Patrick McHenry

101. Daniel Meuser
102. Mary Miller
103. Max Miller
104. Cory Mills
105. Marcus Molinaro
106. Alex Mooney
107. Bary Moore
108. Nathaniel Moran
109. Greg Murphy
110. Troy Nehls

111. Ralph Norman
112. Zach Nunn
113. Andrew Ogles
114. Gary Palmer
115. Scott Perry
116. August Pfluger
117. Bill Posey
118. Guy Reschenthaler
119. Hal Rogers
120. Mike Rogers

121. Matt Rosendale
122. Chip Roy
123. George Santos
124. David Schweikert
125. Austin Scott
126. Keith Self
127. Pete Sessions
128. Michael Simpson
129. Jason Smith
130. Lloyd Smucker

131. Elise Stefanik
132. Bryan Steil
133. Greg Steube
134. Claudia Tenney
135. Thomas Tiffany
136. William Timmons
137. Mike Turner
138. Jeff Van Drew
139. Derrick Van Orden
140. Ann Wagner

141. Michael Waltz
142. Randy Weber
143. Daniel Webster
144. Joe Wilson
145. Ryan Zinke
146. Rob Wittman

  • Gene says:

    He is the man for the job. He speaks up and is a good mediator.

  • annj says:

    The GOP-20 should STOP trying to get even with the GOP-8. The 8 were correct in doing something different to curtail the outrageous BS Spending. The arguement from the 20 that the 8 were not following “usual” policies does not hold up, given that “usual” policies does not produce changed results. While the 8 upset the GOP’s, clearly, the 20 is pissing America off because their spite is handing the Speakership to the DEMS. McCarthy, Scalise, Jordan, ALL Excellent. But don’t sink us out of Spite………..(Trump would be a good choice, after all the position 3rd in line) Speaking of Trump, HOW ABOUT SOME DEFENSE FOR HIM.

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