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 Ivan CantorThe Democrats' strategy conundrum: a 'movement' or a coalition? The biggest political upsets of the decade Bottom Line 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.

 

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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.