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Now: The final part in our series The Year Of Clinton and Giuliani — How 1993 Helped Give Us The World of 2023: Part Six, The Gingrich Effect. Our guests are historian Nicole Hemmer @pastpunditry & @NBCNews political correspondent @SteveKornacki. wnyc.org/radio; 93.9FM
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ICYMI: @MSNBC's @SteveKornacki joined Eagleton Professor @dinambar for the latest episode of the #ThisMomentinDemocracy Podcast.
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"Governor, are you ready to take the oath?" 30 years ago today: Bill Clinton is sworn in as the 42nd President of the United States:
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On Hannity just now, Rep. Matt Gaetz sounds open to flipping to McCarthy: "We're at the stage now where I'm running out of things to ask for" and that 'We did very well driving a hard bargain."
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If everyone else stays, this raises magic number to 218 and would give McCarthy his 215th and 216th votes. Would need two of: Biggs (AZ) Boebert (CO) Crane (AZ) Gaetz (FL) Good (VA) Rosendale (MT)
MCCARTHY confirms Reps Hunt and Buck (both are McCarthy supporters) are coming back tonight to vote in the ongoing Speaker’s election.
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Once Hunt & Buck are back, and if all others stay and vote, McCarthy could also win without actually getting a vote from any of the 6 remaining holdouts. If he could get 3 to vote “present” then he could afford 3 others voting against him. Would be 216-212-3-3 w/ a magic # of 216
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Also in this scenario (all 434 in attendance), McCarthy could win by getting one of the holdouts to vote for him + 1 other to vote “present” and the other 4 defecting. Would be 217-212-4-1 and the magic number would be 217.
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This will now go to a 14th round of balloting, 5th longest ever:
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This should bring McCarthy to 214, with a likely magic number of 217 on this vote. W/ Ken Buck (R) expected back later, McCarthy would gain a 215th vote and — if everyone currently voting keeps voting — the magic number would stay at 217. Meaning he’d need two of these holdouts:
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And if Wesley Hunt (R) were to come back along with Buck and everyone else stays, the magic number would rise to 218 but McCarthy would also pick up a 216th vote, meaning he’d still need two more of the remaining holdouts
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Fwiw his district, CA-27, was also the 218th NBC called for Republicans last year, the magic number for a majority
The significance of Mike Garcia nominating McCarthy -- he is from a Biden 2020 district
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There will be an 11th ballot, moving the 2023 Speaker election into a tie with 1839 for the 6th longest ever
With a 9th ballot assured, this is now tied for the 8th longest Speaker election in history, tying the 1923 vote that ended with Frederick Gillet winning on the 9th ballot:
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With a 9th ballot assured, this is now tied for the 8th longest Speaker election in history, tying the 1923 vote that ended with Frederick Gillet winning on the 9th ballot:
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On our way to a 5th ballot - this is now the 9th longest vote for Speaker in U.S. history:
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One change in the 4th round: Victoria Spartz (R), who had previously backed McCarthy, votes Present
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So far every R who didn’t vote for McCarthy in the 3rd ballot has shifted to Donalds on the 4th.
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13 for 13 now. 7 more to come…
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All 20 R’s who opposed McCarthy on the 3rd ballot have now voted against him on the 4th:
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