Speak­er vote: Who are the Repub­li­cans who said they would cost Jim Jor­dan the gav­el

The House is expect­ed to vote for a new speak­er on the floor around noon on Tues­day, with Rep. Jim Jor­dan (R‑OH) seek­ing to snag the title.
How­ev­er, despite var­i­ous hold­outs flip­ping for the Ohio Repub­li­can on Mon­day, there are a few Repub­li­cans who remain in oppo­si­tion, putting his elec­tion in jeop­ardy. Ini­tial­ly, just 152 mem­bers of the Repub­li­can con­fer­ence com­mit­ted to vot­ing for Jor­dan on the floor dur­ing a closed-door vote — far from the 217 he needs. He was nom­i­nat­ed in the con­fer­ence by a vote of 124–81 against Rep. Austin Scott (R‑GA).
RENT PRICES FALL IN SEPTEMBER FOR FIRST TIME IN SIX MONTHS
Sev­er­al Repub­li­cans are still hold­ing out against Jor­dan’s bid. The House Judi­cia­ry Com­mit­tee chair­man can only afford to lose four con­fer­ence mem­bers due to House Repub­li­cans’ slim major­i­ty.
Those who stand in oppo­si­tion include Reps. Don Bacon (R‑NE), Mike Lawler (R‑NY), Mike Kel­ly (R‑PA), Car­los Gimenez (R‑FL), Mario Diaz-Balart (R‑FL), Vic­to­ria Spartz (R‑IN), Free­dom Cau­cus mem­ber Ken Buck (R‑CO), and John Ruther­ford (R‑FL).
Jor­dan’s bid to win the speak­er’s gav­el made progress on Mon­day as sev­er­al cen­trist Republ …