One House Democrat said he has some names of Republican members he'd support for House speaker over the current nominee.
Fox News Digital staked out the House Democrats' conference meeting Tuesday morning and asked blue members going in if they think there is still a bipartisan speaker coalition on the table after Republicans nominated Republican Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio.
Democrat Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland, a ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, told Fox News Digital that he thinks "if this doesn't work with Jim Jordan, yes," he sees a potential bipartisan coalition for speaker and talked up House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y.
"I mean, we certainly promote and favor a bipartisan solution to this," Raskin said. "You know, I think that Hakeem Jeffries would be somebody who Republicans can work with. He's, he's true to his word. He's super well organized. He's legislatively prolific."