(KXAN) — Following Kevin McCarthy’s removal as Speaker of the House on Oct. 3, Republicans have struggled to find a replacement.
The Texas delegation makes up 38 members of Congress: 25 Republicans and 13 Democrats.
Here’s a look at how they voted in each round in the October speaker election.
A vote on the House floor Tuesday would have seen Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, elected to the Speaker position, but he fell short of the 217 votes needed, with 20 Republican defections.
In the first-round vote, 22 Texas Republicans voted for Jordan, while every Texas Democrat voted for their nominee, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-New York.
Two Republicans — Rep. Tony Gonzales, R-San Antonio, and Rep. Kay Granger, R-Fort Worth, voted for Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana. Scalise, the House Majority Leader, had been nominated by the party on Oct. 11, but a vote on the full House floor was not held, as he was well short of the votes needed.
Meanwhile, Rep. Jake Ellzey, R-Waxahachie, voted for Rep. Mike Garcia of California.
All 38 representatives from Texas voted the same way in the second round of voting, held Wednesday. Overall, Jordan again fell short of the 217 needed, with 22 total Republican defections.
Meanwhile, Texas Rep. Granger received one vote from Iowa Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks.
A vote Friday morning produced a similar result. Jordan again lost ground in the full House, with 25 total defections. The Texas delegation vote was the same as in previous rounds, with the exception of Rep. Wesley Hunt, R-Houston, who was absent.
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