Like many of his colleagues, Republican 14th District Congressman Randy Hultgren is not committing to an endorsement of Donald Trump, the presumptive presidential nominee of the Republican Party.
The Republican National Convention will be held in Cleveland from July 18th through the 21st.
Appearing on WSPY's SPY News program on Thursday, Congressman Hultgren dodged the question when he was asked if he would support Donald Trump for President.
Congressman Hultgren says that a year ago he was excited about the Republican presidential candidates.
In addition to Hultgren, Illinois congressmen Adam Kinzinger and Peter Roskam have also not given an outright endorsement to Donald Trump.
As far as Donald Trump's vice-president choice, Hultgren says that Indiana Governor Mike Pence would make a good choice.
Republican U.S. Senator Mark Kirk said last month that he could not support Trump.
18th District Congressman Daren LaHood of Peoria said he will support Trump, but LaHood said he would like Trump to act "more presidential."