Meet the 11 (RMSP members) who voted to remove Marjorie Taylor Greene
Editor's Note: All 11 House Republicans listed in this story are members of the Republican Main Street Partnership.
From CNN: Eleven House Republicans broke ranks Thursday evening to join Democrats in voting to remove Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments.
These lawmakers backed the effort following recently unearthed incendiary and violent past statements from Greene that have triggered widespread backlash:
Adam Kinzinger of Illinois
Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania
John Katko of New York
Fred Upton of Michigan
Nicole Malliotakis of New York
Carlos Gimenez of Florida
Chris Jacobs of New York
Young Kim of California
Maria Elvira Salazar of Florida
Chris Smith of New Jersey
Mario Diaz-Balart of Florida
House Democrats, who control the chamber, set up the vote after first attempting to pressure Republicans to strip the Georgia Republican of her committee assignments on their own.
House Republicans did not taken that action, however, and House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy of California on Wednesday released a statement calling the push by Democrats to take away the congresswoman's committee assignments a "partisan power grab."