State Attorney General Bill Schuette says he's slated to speak at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland next week.
In a message on his Facebook page, Schuette says Cleveland is an exciting opportunity to "build a unified team" and "take back the presidency."
“We simply will not turn the keys to the White House over to Hillary Clinton. And Cleveland is where it all starts,” Schutte said.
The post doesn't mention presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Early in the primary, Schuette came out in strong support of Jeb Bush, before the former Florida governor dropped out of the presidential race earlier this year.
Schuette has referred to Trump's controversial comments about women and minorities as "deplorable,” but he’s also said he’ll support his party's nominee for president.