Here are the Republicans planning to challenge the Electoral College results

More Republicans are vowing to challenge the Electoral College results when Congress convenes next week to count the votes from the 2020 presidential election.

Sen. Josh HawleyJoshua (Josh) David HawleySenate Republicans press federal authorities for information on Texas synagogue hostage-taker Missouri Senate candidate says Congress members should go to jail if guilty of insider trading On The Money — Ban on stock trading for Congress gains steam MORE (R-Mo.) on Wednesday added momentum to the long-shot bid to overturn the election when he announced he would object to Congress's counting of the electoral votes on Jan. 6, making him the first GOP senator to join an effort launched by House conservatives.

The objection from Hawley, along with at least one House lawmaker, would ensure a debate and vote in the House and Senate despite no hard evidence showing widespread voter fraud.

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“It's pretty clear that the momentum is growing in support of the objections to states' submittals of Electoral College votes because of their flawed election systems and render them unworthy of trust,” Rep. Mo BrooksMorris (Mo) Jackson BrooksThese Senate seats are up for election in 2022 Judge questions Trump's claim of 'absolute immunity' in Jan. 6 lawsuits Alabama GOP gears up for fierce Senate primary clash MORE (R-Ala.), who is leading the charge on the House side, told reporters after a meeting at the White House earlier this month.

"We now in the House side are up to dozens of congressmen who are willing to object or co-sponsor objections to various states’ submittals, so we have more congressmen than we have states to object to," he added.

According to sources familiar with the effort, Hawley’s participation has prompted a number of other GOP lawmakers to lend their support.

Here’s a look at the current and incoming House GOP lawmakers who have publicly voiced their support for the move.

Rep. Brian Babin (Texas)

Rep. Andy Biggs (Ariz.)

Rep.-elect Lauren Boebert (Colo.)

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Rep. Mo Brooks (Ala.)

Rep. Ted BuddTheodore (Ted) Paul BuddThese Senate seats are up for election in 2022 Democratic super PAC ties Trump allies to Jan. 6 in new ad campaign The 10 races that will decide the Senate majority MORE (N.C.)

Rep.-elect Jerry Carl (Ala.)

Rep.-elect Madison Cawthorn (N.C.)

Rep.-elect Andrew Clyde (Ga.)

Rep.-elect Byron Donalds (Fla.)

Rep. Jeff DuncanJeffrey (Jeff) Darren DuncanConservatives push for boycott of GOP club over DC vaccine mandate Rep. Boebert does her version of Ocasio-Cortez's Met dress: 'Let's Go Brandon' Trump campaign sells 'Let's Go Brandon' T-shirts MORE (S.C.)

Rep. Matt GaetzMatthew (Matt) GaetzOn The Money — Support for new COVID-19 relief grows House lawmakers urge Pelosi to bring stock trading ban to the floor Mask rules spark political games and a nasty environment in the House MORE (Fla.)

Rep. Louie GohmertLouis (Louie) Buller GohmertFocus on Perry could mean more subpoenas, challenges for Jan. 6 panel Members of Congress not running for reelection in 2022 House Ethics panel dismisses security screening fine issued to GOP lawmaker MORE (Texas)

Rep.-elect Bob Good (Va.)

Rep. Lance GoodenLance GoodenWatchdog: 7 members of Congress allegedly failed to disclose stock trades GOP lawmakers demand answers on withheld restitution following Nassar revelation Hillicon Valley: Biden: Social media platforms 'killing people' | Tech executives increased political donations amid lobbying push | Top House antitrust Republican forms 'Freedom from Big Tech Caucus' MORE (Texas)

Rep. Paul GosarPaul Anthony GosarJan. 6 committee subpoenas leaders of 'America First' movement Lawmakers coming under increased threats — sometimes from one another McCarthy says he'll strip Dems of committee slots if GOP wins House MORE (Ariz.)

Rep. Mark GreenMark GreenMeeks leading bipartisan trip to Ukraine amid Russia tensions Trade can improve Jordan's economic burdens made worse by refugees The US is on the sidelines of a historic transformation in the Middle East MORE (Tenn.)

Rep.-elect Diana Harshbarger (Tenn.) 

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Rep.-elect Yvette Herrell (N.M.)

Rep. Jody HiceJody Brownlow HicePerdue proposes election police force in Georgia Secretary of state races come under red-hot focus Watchdog finds fundraising spikes for Ga., Mich., Minn. secretary of state candidates MORE (Ga.)

Rep. Clay HigginsGlen (Clay) Clay HigginsGOP attempts balancing act: Condemn Jan. 6, but not Trump New York House Democrat tests positive for COVID-19 House Republican announces positive COVID-19 test hours after managing floor debate MORE (La.)

Rep.-elect Ronny Jackson (Texas)

Rep. John JoyceJohn JoyceOvernight Health Care: CDC says it is safe for vaccinated people to unmask outdoors | White House: No decision yet on vaccine patent waiver | GOP doctors in Congress release video urging people to get vaccinated GOP doctors in Congress release video urging people to get vaccinated Biden signs supply chain order after 'positive' meeting with lawmakers MORE (Pa.)

Rep. Fred Keller (Pa.)

Rep. Mike KellyGeorge (Mike) Joseph KellyMomentum builds to prohibit lawmakers from trading stocks Pelosi faces pushback over stock trade defense Nunes resignation sets off GOP scramble on Ways and Means MORE (Pa.)

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Rep. Dan MeuserDaniel (Dan) MeuserREAD: The Republicans who voted to challenge election results MORE (Pa.)

Rep.-elect Barry Moore (Ala.)

Rep. Ralph NormanRalph Warren NormanMask rules spark political games and a nasty environment in the House Reps. Massie, Grijalva test positive for COVID-19 GOP Reps. Greene, Clyde accrue nearly 0K in combined mask fines MORE (S.C.)

Rep.-elect Burgess Owens (Utah)

Rep. Scott PerryScott Gordon PerryHouse has the power to subpoena its members — but does it have the will? Jan. 6 committee asks Ivanka Trump to sit for interview GOP's McCarthy has little incentive to work with Jan. 6 panel MORE (Pa.)

Rep. Guy ReschenthalerGuy Reschenthaler2021's top political celebrity moments Dr. Oz receives first congressional endorsement Improving college affordability for National Guardsmen and reservists MORE (Pa.)

Rep. Lloyd SmuckerLloyd Kenneth SmuckerHouse Ethics panel dismisses security screening fine issued to GOP lawmaker GOP lawmaker fined ,000 for failing to complete House security screening Sixth House GOP lawmaker issued K metal detector fine MORE (Pa.)

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Rep.-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene (Ga.)

Rep. GT Thompson (Pa.) 

Rep. Jefferson Van Drew (N.J.)


Damare Baker contributed. Updated Dec. 31 at 2:49 p.m.