The Liberty Caucus was a group of Republican members of the United States House of Representatives. It hosted a luncheon in Washington, D.C., every Thursday. The group, according to their website, "supports individual rights, limited government and free enterprise."
- Michele Bachmann of Minnesota
- Roscoe Bartlett of Maryland - Defeated in 2012 general election
- Chris Cannon of Utah - Lost renomination in 2008
- Jo Ann Davis of Virginia - Died in 2007
- Jimmy Duncan of Tennessee
- Jeff Flake of Arizona - Ran successfully for the US Senate in 2012, currently US Senator from Arizona
- Trent Franks of Arizona
- Scott Garrett of New Jersey
- Virgil Goode of Virginia - Defeated in 2008 general election
- John Hostettler of Indiana - Defeated in 2006 general election
- Jack Kingston of Georgia
- Jeff Miller of Florida
- Marilyn Musgrave of Colorado - Defeated in 2008 general election
- Butch Otter of Idaho - Ran successfully for Idaho gubernatorial election, 2006, currently Governor of Idaho
- Ron Paul of Texas (former Chairman) - Ran unsuccessfully for the US Presidency in 2012
- Richard Pombo of California - Defeated in 2006 general election
- Bill Posey of Florida
- Denny Rehberg of Montana - Ran unsuccessfully for the US Senate in 2012
- John Shadegg of Arizona - Retired in 2010
- Tom Tancredo of Colorado - Retired in 2008
- Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania - Ran successfully for the US Senate in 2010, currently US Senator from Pennsylvania
- Zach Wamp of Tennessee - Ran unsuccessfully for the nomination for the Tennessee gubernatorial election, 2010
- Dave Weldon of Florida - Retired in 2008
Decline and potential revival
After the 112th United States Congress began and Ron Paul switched his focus to his presidential campaign, his Liberty Caucus was largely displaced by a newly formed one chaired by Justin Amash.
- Caldwell, Christopher (2007-07-22). "The Antiwar, Anti-Abortion, Anti-Drug-Enforcement-Administration, Anti-Medicare Candidacy of Dr. Ron Paul". New York Times Magazine. Retrieved 2007-07-21.
- Republican Liberty Caucus: Statement of Principles.