The Illinois Delegation is back at it for one last breakfast on Thursday morning.
Scheduled to appear before the assembled delegates are Tony Iosco, who is a representative of the Trump campaign, and Ned Ryun, who founded a group called American Majority. The group bills itself as a nonpartisan group that trains grassroots activists and has been involved in the Tea Party movement.
What remains to be seen is who will stick around to witness the speeches. Thursday’s theme is “make America one again.” Headlining speakers, according to the official convention program, include RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump
Many of the elected officials who have been in Cleveland throughout the week have intimated they would not stick around for Thursday's final day and hear Republican nominee Donald Trump formally give his acceptance speech.
Join “Chicago Tonight” for continued coverage of the Republican National Convention all week.
Follow Paris Schutz on Twitter: @paschutz
More election stories
July 20: Attending the Republican National Convention has not changed former Illinois GOP chairman Pat Brady’s position on Donald Trump.
July 20: An interest in politics was a way for 17-year-old Carl Miller and his grandfather, Arthur Siml, to bond. Then it grew into an obsession. Now it has taken them all the way to Cleveland for the Republican National Convention.
July 20: It is one of the cornerstones of Donald Trump’s campaign platform, but a high-ranking Republican congressman on Wednesday told the Illinois delegation that Trump's promise to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border amounts to little more than a metaphor.
July 19: Scenes from day two of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, both inside the convention center and on the streets outside.