U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert is being touted as the next leader of the House Freedom Caucus, now in disarray as members fall out over the primary election loss of its current chairman, Bob Good of Virginia.

Good is seeking a recount of the loss he suffered to John McGuire by just 375 votes in the GOP primary, even though the Virginia Elections Board certhiid the results on Tuesday.

Politico reports caucus members are falling out over the loss and ejected one of their fellow caucus members during a Monday night meeting for endorsing Good’s opponent, who was also endorsed by former President Trump.

One member resigned after the 16-13 vote to kick out U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson of Ohio, and others are expected to follow suit, said U.S. Rep. Ralph Norman of South Carolina.

From Politico:

Because Good was initially elected to serve as chair through 2025, he will have to step down early unless he somehow wins a recount. Some members privately bet he remains chair through December and goes out swinging, while others believe he will be pushed out earlier if he officially loses.

Several names are being floated as a potential successor if Good exits early: Reps. Chip Roy (R-Texas), Andy Harris (R-Md.) and Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.).

Boebert is the Republican nominee for the 4th Congressional District seat once held by Ken Buck and is likely to beat her Democrat opponent in this surefire red conservative district in the General Election.

Boebert has not commented on the internal turmoil within the Freedom Caucus this week or whether she will seek the chairmanship position.