Nikki Haley

Herschel Walker, the Republican candidate for Senate in Georgia, is in the final day of a bruising campaign to unset Democratic incumbent Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock.

Both sides have sunk over $241 million into the race. Two women have accused the pro-life Walker of financing their abortions, with the second woman appearing on camera for an interview. Former presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump have both campaigned for their party’s candidate.

The final poll showed Walker with a 2.2-point lead, though that was within the poll’s margin of error of 2.8 percentage points. The campaign has turned personal with both sides lobbing insults in the campaign’s closing days.

Walker has another proponent in former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley.

“Legal immigrants are more patriotic than the leftists these days,” Haley told a rally in Hiram, Ga.“They worked to come into America and they love America. They want the laws followed in America. So the only person we need to make sure we deport is Warnock.”

Walker, Haley said, is a “good person who has been put through the wringer and has had everything but the kitchen sink thrown at him.”

The midterm elections are set to close on Tuesday nights. Oddmakers list the Republican party as favorites to win both the House of Representatives and the Senate.

[The Hill]