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 CantorRyan reelected Speaker in near-unanimous GOP vote Financial technology rules are set to change in the Trump era Trump allies warn: No compromise on immigration MORE’s (R-Va.) primary loss last week.
 

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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.

 

RECENT UPDATES: Reps. Mark AmodeiMark AmodeiDems launch early '18 attacks on GOP Senate targets Bush backers flock to Rubio Rubio rolls out endorsements on eve of Nevada caucus MORE (Nev.), Cynthia LummisCynthia LummisTrump's Interior candidates would play Russian roulette with West Trump eyes House members for Cabinet jobs Trump aide dodges questions about business dealings MORE (Wyo.), Todd YoungTodd YoungTrump education pick to face Warren, Sanders Government to begin calling Indiana residents Hoosiers Live coverage: The Senate's 'vote-a-rama' MORE (Ind.), Tom GravesTom GravesRepublican Study Committee elders back Harris for chairman House votes to keep lawmaker pay freeze in place Lobbying World MORE (Ga.), Tom Cole (Okla.), John Campbell (Calif.), Kevin BradyKevin BradyTrump and Mnuchin can turn the page to new tax policy States hope Trump era will reset federal relationship Overnight Healthcare: Takeaways from Price's hearing | Trump scrambles GOP health plans MORE (Texas), Jim BridenstineJim BridenstineCongress asserts itself Conservatives backing Trump keep focus on Supreme Court Trump hints that Ryan is part of 'sinister deal' MORE (Okla.), Renee Ellmers (N.C.), Steve WomackSteve WomackTrump tweets about flag burning, setting off a battle Students across the country spend their 'summer recess' getting involved in politics After the balloons have fallen MORE (Ark.), Tim Murphy (Pa.), Paul GosarPaul GosarDems launch early '18 attacks on GOP Senate targets Oversight panel demands answers on Pentagon waste report Arizonans agree: No new national monument MORE (Ariz.), Jim Renacci (Ohio), Ted YohoTed YohoRyan reelected Speaker in near-unanimous GOP vote Obama's Russia report unlikely to silence doubters A banner year for U.S. leadership on aid effectiveness MORE (Fla.) and Lee Terry (Neb.)

MAJORITY LEADER
 
Kevin McCarthy (Calif.) (38)

Rep. Raúl Labrador (Idaho) (5)

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



MAJORITY WHIP
 
Peter Roskam (Ill.) (23)

 
Steve Scalise (La.) (27)

 

Marlin Stutzman (Ind.) (14)


* 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.