(CNN) - As rumors swirl about whether she will launch a presidential bid, Sarah Palin had a very successful fundraising quarter. According to new Federal Election Commission disclosure forms, the former Alaska governor raised more than $1.2 million, from July through the end of September. Her political action committee, SarahPAC now has almost $1.3 million cash on hand.
A large portion of her donations in the last quarter went to Republican candidates and groups in competitive 2010 races. She made $10,000 donations to New Hampshire Senate candidate Kelly Ayotte and Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell. Smaller donations were made to Sharon Angle of Nevada, Joe Miller of Alaska, Rand Paul of Kentucky, Marco Rubio of Florida and Nikki Haley of South Carolina, among others.
Palin also gave $10,000 to the Iowa Republican Party.
She spent the midterm election season endorsing candidates through her Facebook page and making speeches across the country. To date, she has endorsed 22 candidates by name and encouraged support for 91 candidates.
According to the filing, SarahPAC spent a considerable amount of money on direct mailings, internet fundraising and financial consulting.
Palin will campaign with Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele later this month in California and Florida.