House Republicans overwhelmingly reelected Paul Ryan on Tuesday to another term as speaker of the House. The widespread support for Ryan in the Republican conference followed in suit with the unanimous voice vote he received in November. It’s the first full term for Ryan, who took the gavel from his predecessor John Boehner in late 2015. Ryan will take control of a slightly smaller Republican caucus but one still in strong control of the chamber, holding a 241- to 194-seat edge. Paul Ryan will begin his term guiding the incoming Trump administration through its early priorities.