(CNN) - Former presidential candidate Michele Bachmann raised more than $1.7 million in the final three months of 2011 and finished the year with nearly $360,000 in the bank, her now-suspended campaign announced Tuesday.
The Minnesota congresswoman, who ended her presidential bid on Jan. 4 after a disappointing sixth place finish in the Iowa caucuses, will run for re-election to keep her seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Her fourth quarter filings show that the campaign raked in nearly 35,000 contributions from nearly 25,000 contributors, with the average donation totaling about $50.
The campaign also reported nearly $450,000 in outstanding obligations.
Bachmann is legally permitted to transfer funds from her presidential bid to her Congressional campaign, according to the Federal Election Commission.