House Republicans are looking for a reset after Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) once again fell short of the Speakership Friday, continuing the two-week-long stalemate that has plunged the chamber into chaos.

Following Jordan’s third failed attempt at the gavel, the GOP conference voted to no longer back the Ohio Republican for Speaker in a secret ballot vote.

Several GOP members have since announced that they are running for the role, while others are making calls about Speaker bids or mulling entering the race.

The Republican conference will hold a candidate forum at 6:30 p.m. Monday evening and vote on a new Speaker-designate Tuesday morning. Candidates must submit their names by noon on Sunday.

The conference previously swatted down a proposal on Thursday to temporarily empower Speaker Pro Tempore Patrick McHenry (R-N.C.), which was viewed by many as a last-ditch way to resume business in the House as the Speaker race continues behind the scenes.

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