Third ballot for House speaker: These are the 25 Republicans who voted against Jim Jordan

Republican Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio has failed to clinch the House speakership in three rounds of voting, and the gap is growing wider.

On Friday, 25 Republicans voted against his candidacy – far more than the handful he could afford to lose given the party’s narrow majority in Congress. A speaker needs a majority of the full House to be elected.

On Tuesday, 20 Republicans chose a candidate other than Jordan, and on Wednesday the number rose to 22.