(CNN) - The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) has announced its biggest fundraising month on record.
In a statement released by the NRCC, spokesman Ken Spain said, "By the end of today, the committee is expected to have raised $16 million for the month of October."
"We believe that we have the momentum heading into the final hours of this election and our fundraising numbers reflect that." Spain said in an email to CNN. "We have said for two years that this election will serve as a referendum on the Obama-Pelosi agenda, and we remain confident that Tuesday night's results will bear that out."
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) responded with their own jaw-dropping figure.
In an email to CNN, DCCC spokesman Ryan Rudominer said the organization raised $17.6 million in October.
"Voters simply don't like being told by pundits and Congressional Republicans who they are going to vote for," Rudominer said. "Shady right-wing outside groups who thought they could just buy a Republican Congress to do the bidding of special interests are encountering strong resistance from our candidates, the DCCC and our 4 million plus grassroots supporters."