NBC News reports:
The House is scheduled to take a second vote on Rep. Jim Jordan’s nomination for speaker at 11 a.m. after the Ohio Republican fell short on the first round of voting Tuesday. Jordan was nominated last week after House Majority Leader Steve Scalise, R-La., withdrew from the race.
Jordan will likely need the support of 217 of 221 Republicans to be elected to the position, but he received only 200 votes on the first ballot. The House was left leaderless when a group of hardliner conservatives led by Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz succeeded in ousting former Speaker Kevin McCarthy.
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