Thursday's expected House vote on a Republican health care bill to replace Obamacare is shaping up to be extremely close, with victory or defeat for the legislation potentially coming down to a handful of members.
With Democrats united against the GOP's American Health Care Act, the key votes will come from Republicans — mainly from moderates who fear the legislation will harm senior citizens and low-income families and from hard-line conservatives who aren't convinced that it goes far enough in getting rid of government subsidies and regulations.
Pressure on undecided members has been intense, with President Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and other Republican leaders pushing their GOP colleagues to approve the legislation while some conservative groups and some Republican governors plead with them to reject the bill.
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Here's a look at eight GOP House members whose votes will be crucial in deciding the outcome.