Another day, another vote
Among House Republicans, the third time wasn’t the charm.
After another vote this week to select a new Speaker of the House, Republicans seem as far from that goal as ever.
U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan lost a third consecutive vote.
While Jordan’s people have threatened to hold a fourth vote this weekend, several GOP members have already said they will go home. That means holding a vote could run a serious risk of electing Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, who has seen a unified Democratic block behind him across all ballots. That’s short of a majority, of course,
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