Who are the nine House Repub­li­cans who declared their can­di­da­cy for speak­er?

Who are the nine House Republicans who declared their candidacy for speaker?

Sev­er­al House Repub­li­cans are run­ning for speak­er in the fourth round of vot­ing after nom­i­nees Major­i­ty Leader Steve Scalise (R‑LA) and Rep. Jim Jor­dan (R‑OH) failed to receive the 217 votes nec­es­sary to become top leader of the House.
As of Sun­day after­noon, nine House GOP mem­bers are throw­ing their hats in for speak­er, rep­re­sent­ing a wide range of ide­olo­gies with­in the Repub­li­can Par­ty. The win­ner will replace Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R‑CA), who was oust­ed from the speak­er­ship on Oct. 3.
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Achiev­ing the speak­er’s gav­el will be an uphill bat­tle for each can­di­date, giv­en Scalise and Jor­dan were unable to receive the major­i­ty of Repub­li­can votes. Jor­dan lost three rounds of speak­er votes, los­ing 20 Repub­li­can votes the first time, 22 Repub­li­cans the sec­ond, and 25 Repub­li­cans on the third.
Here are the nine mem­bers run­ning for speak­er, with a vote expect­ed to take place on Tues­day.

Rep. Jack Bergman, R‑Mich., speaks about the USMCA trade deal at a Dana plant in War­ren, Mich., Thurs­day, Jan. 30, 2020. (AP Photo/Paul San­cya)
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Jack Bergman (R‑MI)
Rep. Jack Bergman (R‑MI) announced his ca …