Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) will run the House Elected Leadership Committee and will eliminate the chairmanship role, the Washington Examiner learned Monday.
The shake-up is the latest example of Johnson making leadership moves in his two weeks on the job, succeeding Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), who was ousted on Oct. 3 by a small group of GOP rebels.
Under McCarthy, the Elected Leadership Committee was led by Rep. Garret Graves (R-LA), who was not in elected leadership. However, Graves, a staunch ally of McCarthy, was tasked with leading the meetings and acted as the point man for the former speaker. (Read more from “New Management: Johnson To Shake up House Leadership” HERE)
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