RNC Chairman Michael Steele stayed neutral today when asked about Sen. Bob Bennett's (R-Utah) primary showdown.
The Utah GOP convention will vote tomorrow on the party's nominee. Any candidate in the three-way race could win the nomination outright if they receive 60 percent of the vote. If not, the top two candidates will head to a runoff. Polls of the delegates indicate that Bennett is in serious trouble.
Steele declined to endorse Bennett's bid today in an interview with MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell.
"That's a decision that the GOP members of the Utah party decide," Steele said. "We don't make those decisions at the national level. Those are constituents on the ground. I wish the senator well tomorrow."