Most Democrats have united behind Hillary Clinton, but for Republicans in Congress, Donald Trump has created a dilemma, splitting many in the party. Below is a list of where the region's GOP lawmakers and candidates stand on their party's likely nominee.

Sen. Pat Toomey — Pennsylvania

Attending this week's convention in Cleveland? No.
Supporting Trump? Unclear.
Quote: "I'm hoping Donald Trump can say and do the things that will make me comfortable supporting him. … I'm not there yet."

Rep. Ryan Costello — PA6

Attending convention? No.
Supporting Trump? Yes.
Quote: "He will be supporting the Republican nominee," a spokesman said.

Brian Fitzpatrick — candidate for PA8 House seat

Attending convention? No.
Supporting Trump? Unclear.
Quote: "Comparatively speaking, Trump is more likely to surround himself with a national security team that will be better able to protect our country."

Rep. Frank LoBiondo — NJ2

Attending convention? No. (Also skipped the last two.)
Supporting Trump? Yes.
Quote: "I have always supported the Republican nominee and will support the Republican nominee this year."

Rep. Tom MacArthur — NJ3

Attending convention? Yes.
Supporting Trump? Yes.
Quote: "Millions of party members have nominated our presumptive nominee and he would be far better than Hillary Clinton."

Rep. Patrick Meehan — PA7

Attending convention? No.
Supporting Trump? Unclear.
Quote: "I'm still a little bit concerned about his tone. I do believe he has struck a chord with a great deal of voters. … I suspect we're all going to end up supporting the Republican ticket. I'm not going to vote for Hillary Clinton."

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