Whip list on GOP leadership races

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House Republican lawmakers are jockeying for senior leadership posts in the wake of Majority Leader Eric CantorEric CantorVA Dems jockey for Kaine's seat High anxiety for GOP Webb: Broken trust, broken party MORE’s (R-Va.) primary loss last week.

The House GOP conference will vote Thursday, June 19 to determine its new leadership team.
Below are the publicly committed lawmakers in the contests and their stated supporters.

LAST UPDATED ON 6/19/14 AT 11:38 A.M.


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Kevin McCarthy (Calif.) (38)

Rep. Raúl Labrador (Idaho) (5)

Pete Sessions (Texas) (8)  Sessions dropped his bid for House majority leader Thursday evening

Peter Roskam (Ill.) (23)

Steve Scalise (La.) (27)


Marlin Stutzman (Ind.) (14)

  • Mark Amodei (Nev.) — According to Washington Examiner.
  • Jim Bridensteine (Okla.)
  • Sean DuffySean DuffyDistrict Court right to target CFPB Tech groups file court brief opposing internet transition suit Yellen defends Fed from Trump attacks MORE (Wis.)
  • Jeff Duncan (S.C.) — Backing Stutzman, according to National Journal.
  • Tom Graves (Ga.) — A Stutzman backer, though would back Roskam on a second ballot, Politico reports.
  • Andy Harris (Md.)
  • Jim Jordan (Ohio) — Key get for Stutzman. Jordan is a former chairman of the Republican Study Committee.
  • Cynthia Lummis (Wyo.) — According to Washington Examiner.
  • Mick Mulvaney (S.C.) — He backs Stutzman, Politico reports.
  • Robert Pittenger (N.C.)
  • Tom Reed (N.Y.)
  • Steve Southerland (Fla.) — Switched from Roskam to Stutzman, according to National Journal.
  • Jackie Walorski (Ind.)
  • Todd Young (Ind.) — According to Washington Examiner.

* If Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) loses his bid for majority leader, he will retain his majority whip post, and there will not be a race for that slot.
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Russell Berman, Timothy Cama, Bob Cusack, Pierre De Dreuzy, Isaac Feeth, Molly K. Hooper, Vivian Hughbanks, Alexandra Jaffe, Cristina Marcos, Tomas Navia, and Pete Schroeder contributed.