"We are so thankful for all the support from donors across the country, and are especially proud of the large number of contributions from small donors," her campaign manager, Keith Nahigian, said in a statement. "The campaign is in the process of quickly retiring outstanding obligations in short order."
The Minnesota lawmaker's campaign spent almost $2.7 million the last quarter, which ended Dec. 31. The campaign still has about $358,700 cash on hand.
Bachmann, who was a favorite of the conservative Tea Party movement, dropped out of the race at the beginning of January when she finished sixth in the Iowa caucuses. She has not endorsed another candidate.