As the Republican National Convention continues, Congresswoman Martha McSally kicked off her active district work week Tuesday.
"I got a full week in front of me and every week really matters to me so I feel it was best for me to be at home in the community and addressing the issues facing those of who I represent," she said.
McSally toured the Jewish History Museum's Holocaust History Center. She read and listened to stories of survivors.
"I have met many Holocaust survivors in our community, but this was a tremendous effort across our community to bring this place here for education and learning for all of us," she explained.
However with an election four months away, McSally still doesn't know who she will vote for.
"I'm focusing on my responsibilities in Congress and when we all get our ballots we are all going to make our decisions," she said. "It is important for me right now in the time that I have been given, I have a lot of things I am still trying to do in Washington D.C.."
Congresswoman McSally says that she will watch Trump closely the following months before she makes a decision.