As the political landscape in the House of Representatives remains in flux, House Republicans find themselves still on the search for a new Speaker. Majority Leader Steve Scalise's exit from the race on Thursday night has intensified the quest for a consensus candidate who can rally the necessary 217 votes to be elected by the full chamber. The spotlight has shifted to Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan, who is being considered as a potential successor. However, as GOP lawmakers convene behind closed doors, the possibility of other candidates emerging adds an element of uncertainty to the ongoing leadership struggle. This. . .