Herschel Walker Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker speaks at a rally at the Foundry in Athens, Ga., on Monday, May 23, 2022. Walker chose Athens to hold his final rally before the Republican primary on May 24. News Joshua L Jones

Herschel Walker, the Republican Senate candidate in Georgia, faces Democratic incumbent Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock in one of the most heated campaigns of this year’s midterm elections. The race could ultimately decide which political party controls the Senate come January.

The latest round of polling shows a statistical dead heat between the two candidates. That’s after two women accused the pro-life Walker of financing their abortions. The second accuser even appeared on camera with Good Morning America.

Walker, for his part, has denied the allegations. Former president Donald Trump recently absolved Walker of the scandal in a rally.

Unsurprisingly, both sides of the political spectrum are funneling hundreds of millions of dollars into the pivotal race. The Wall Street Journal revealed Sunday that exact number.

Walker and Warnock’s race has eclipsed $241 million in total spending. That number is still climbing with days to go until the election. Warnock has spent $72 million on advertising alone—more than any candidate this year. The Senate Leadership Fund, the GOP political-action committee orchestrated by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky), has spent over $40 million on ads for Walker’s campaign.

The Journal also gave this remarkable statistic: The total amount spent on the race equates to spending $30.83 on every one of Georgia’s 7.8 million voters.

The 2022 midterm elections are slated for Nov. 8th.

[Wall Street Journal]