| (Thanks to BostonPatriot for help compiling the list)
Republicans Voting Against Boehner:
Broun (Allen West)
Walter Jones (David Walker)
Democrats Voting Against Pelosi:
Cooper (Colin Powell)
We're seeing a rarely-used rule applied today: the Speaker of the House need not be a Member. Ex-Rep. Allen West, former Secretary of State Colin Powell, and former Comptroller General David Walker all received votes.
UPDATE: (BP) It was a close call, but Speaker Boehner ended up with 220 votes, just more than the 217 needed for re-election. He had only 216 after the initial count, but his own delayed vote counted for the 217th. Michele Bachmann and Marsha Blackburn, who had abstained, then cast votes for Boehner, as did Matt Salmon, who was apparently out of the chamber.
Scott Garrett, Raul Labrador, and Mick Mulvaney did not cast votes, and Steve Stockman voted present. Three Republicans voted for Eric Cantor, two for Allen West, and one each for Jim Jordan, Justin Amash, Raul Labrador, and David Walker.
On the Democratic side, a pair of reliable liberals did not vote, and a scattering of Blue Dogs voted for non-Pelosi Democrats.