|Mark Meadows of North Carolina
|successfully forced [[John Boehner]] out as [[Speaker]]
|Justin Amash of Michigan
|[[pro-life]] [[libertarian]] who is [[anti-Trump]]
|[[Ted Cruz]] supporter
|Rod Blum of Iowa
|strong [[Trump]] supporter
|[[Dave Brat]] of Virginia
|ousted second-in-line for [[Speaker]], [[Eric Cantor]], in his primary in 2014; Brat supported Trump
Jim Bridenstine of Oklahoma. Campaigned for Ted Cruz but then supported Trump.
Mo Brooks of Alabama. Said he vote Republican, without endorsing Trump.
Ken Buck of Colorado. Called Trump a “fraud”.
Warren Davidson of Colorado. Has agreed with Trump 100% of the time.
Ron DeSantis of Florida. In May 2016 he endorsed Trump.
Scott DesJarlais of Tennessee. Endorsed Trump early, in March 2016.
Jeff Duncan. One of the first officials to endorse Trump.
Trent Franks of Arizona. Supported Trump.
Tom Garrett Jr. of Virginia. Supported Trump.
Paul Gosar of Arizona. Endorsed Trump in July 2016.
Morgan Griffith of Virginia. Supported Trump after he became the presumptive nominee.
Andy Harris of Maryland. Supported Trump but has been critical.
Jody Hice of Georgia. Silent about Trump.
Jim Jordan of Ohio. Enthusiastically supported Trump since May 2016.
Raúl Labrador of Idaho. Supported Trump but has criticized him.
Alex Mooney of West Virginia. Supported Trump.
Gary Palmer of Alabama. Supported Trump.
Steve Pearce of New Mexico. Supported Trump but has criticized him.
Scott Perry of Pennsylvania. Supported Trump.
Ted Poe of Texas. Praised Trump, and resigned in late March from the Freedom Caucus.
Bill Posey of Florida. Supported Trump
Mark Sanford of South Carolina. Opposed Trump.
David Schweikert of Arizona. Supported Ted Cruz, then Trump.
Randy Weber of Texas. Did not support Trump.
Ted Yoho of Florida. Supported Trump.
==Founding Republican Members==