Freedom Caucus loses two members in one night after Bob Good defeat

Freedom Caucus loses two members in one night after Bob Good defeat


Rep. Warren Davidson (R-OH) was removed from the conservative House Freedom Caucus on Monday night just weeks after the Ohio Republican endorsed the primary challenger to caucus Chairman Bob Good (R-VA).

The group voted to oust Davidson from its ranks during a closed-door meeting on Monday, two sources familiar with the decision confirmed to the Washington Examiner. The vote comes just weeks after Davidson publicly endorsed Virginia state Sen. John McGuire, who narrowly defeated Good in the state’s primary last month.

Davidson was the only member of the Freedom Caucus to endorse against the chairman, although he had argued his backing was solely about the “men on the ballot” rather than any proxy war of factions in the Republican Party.

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“As a longstanding member

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