(CNN) - Sen. John Cornyn, chairman of the NRSC, is out with a statement Monday on the close Alaska election race.
His message: It doesn't matter who wins.
Read Cornyn's statement after the jump:
"As we await the final outcome of the Republican primary in Alaska, one thing is clear – this seat will remain in Republican hands this November. While political pundits and the Democrats in Washington will attempt to spin this race inside the Beltway, the fact remains that voters in Alaska and across America are deeply concerned about the reckless spending and rapid growth of government that we've witnessed under the Obama White House and the current leadership in Congress.
"That's why the choice in Alaska will be clear this November: If voters support higher taxes, more spending and bigger government, then they should elect a Democrat who will continue to rubberstamp the status quo in Washington. But if voters in Alaska believe that our country is on the wrong course and that we need to rein in out-of-control government spending and restore accountability, then I am confident that they will elect a fiscally responsible Republican leader to the U.S. Senate this November."