House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan failed to receive enough votes Wednesday to become the next Speaker of the House during the second round of voting.
After the second round of votes, Jordan was shy of the necessary 217 votes to win the speakership. The final quorum call put the House attendance at 432, meaning 217 remains the majority threshold unless members voted “present” during the roll call vote for speaker. (RELATED: Jim Jordan Fails To Become Speaker of the House In Second Round Of Votes)
Here Are The 22 Republicans Who Voted Against Jordan:
- Nebraska Rep. Don Bacon voted for Former Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy.
- Florida Rep. Vern Buchanan voted for Florida Rep. Byron Donalds.
- Colorado Rep. Ken Buck then voted for House Majority Whip Tom Emmer.
- Oregon Rep. Lori Chavez-DeRemer voted for McCarthy.
- New York Rep. Anthony D’Esposito voted for New York GOP Gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin.
- Florida Rep. Mario Díaz-Balart voted for Scalise.
- Texas Rep. Jake Ellzey voted for California Rep. Mike Garcia.
- Georgia Rep. Drew Ferguson voted for Scalise
- New York Rep. Andrew Garbarino voted for Zeldin.
- Florida Rep. Carlos Giménez voted for McCarthy.
- Texas Rep. Tony Gonzales voted for Scalise.
- Texas Rep. Kay Granger voted for Scalise.
- Michigan Rep. John James voted for former Michigan Rep. Candice Miller
- Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Kelly voted for former Speaker of the House John Boehner.
- Virginia Rep. Jen Kiggans voted for McCarthy.
- New York Rep. Nick LaLota voted for Zeldin.
- New York Rep. Mike Lawler voted for McCarthy.
- Iowa Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks ended up voting for Granger.
- Florida Rep. John Rutherford voted for Scalise.
- Idaho Rep. Mike Simpson also voted for Scalise.
- Minnesota Rep. Pete Stauber voted for Arkansas Rep. Bruce Westerman.
- Arkansas Rep. Steve Womack voted for Scalise.
Jordan lost the first ballot for speaker on Tuesday, with 20 Republicans voting against him. (RELATED: Jim Jordan Fails To Receive Enough Votes For Speaker Of The House In First Round Of Votes)
Conservative donors told the Daily Caller on Monday night they are pledging to withhold funding from Republican House members who refuse to support Jordan for speaker. (RELATED: Here Are The 20 Republicans Who Voted Against Jim Jordan For Speaker In First Ballot Vote)
The House is now in recess.