Rep. Liz CheneySeveral polls show Cheney is behind by double-digits in Wyoming’s GOP primary for the at-large congressional seat, with one showing she’s down about 30 percentage points to Trump-endorsed Republican challenger Harriet Hageman.
Rep. Jaime Herrera BeutlerLast week, Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-Wash.), another Republican who voted to impeach Trump in early 2021, conceded defeat to Republican challenger Joe Kent, who was backed by Trump.
Rep. Anthony GonzalezRep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-Ohio), a former NFL wide receiver, said late last year that he wouldn’t seek a third term in Congress. That came several months after he voted to impeach the 45th president.
Gonzalez “resorted to emotional conclusions that misplaced blame on President Trump, the President of Law and Order and America First,” the GOP’s resolution read. “We believe that Congressman Gonzalez knowingly and willfully violated his oath of office.”
Rep. Adam KinzingerRep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.), another prominent figure on the Jan. 6 House committee, similarly announced that he would not seek another term in the House. Kinzinger, who rode Tea Party momentum to secure his initial bid for the House in 2013, has been one of the most prominent critics of Trump next to Cheney in the House GOP.
Rep. Fred UptonLike Kinzinger, another pro-impeachment Republican, Rep. Fred Upton (R-N.Y.) announced in April 2022 that he won’t seek reelection.
During a CNN interview, Upton conceded that Trump has a significant hold on the Republican Party.
Rep. John KatkoRep. John Katko (R-N.Y.) announced earlier this year that he would retire from the House. However, he denied claims that his vote to impeach Trump played a role.
Rep. Peter MeijerRep. Peter Meijer (R-Mich.), a member of the wealthy Meijer family that owns the eponymous supermarket chain, became the second pro-impeachment Republican defeated in their primary. He lost several weeks ago to Trump-backed candidate John Gibbs.
Rep. Tom RiceRep. Tom Rice (R-S.C.) became the first pro-impeachment Republican to not survive a reelection bid earlier this year. Rice was trounced by more than 25 percentage points by Republican challenger and former state Rep. Russell Fry, who was endorsed by Trump.
Rep. Dan NewhouseRep. Dan Newhouse (R-Wash.) was able to beat back GOP challengers during the primary election last week and became one of just two pro-impeachment House Republicans to survive their primary challenge.
In the race, Trump endorsed Republican Loren Culp.
Rep. David ValadaoThe only other pro-impeachment Republican to survive was Rep. David Valadao (R-Calif.), who advanced from the primary in June.
He will face California state Assembly member Rudy Salas, a Democrat, in a newly drawn congressional district. Trump did not endorse a challenger to Valadao, who voted to impeach Trump in early 2021—a day after Valadao was sworn into office for a second time.