(CNN) – Financial numbers released Tuesday by Newt Gingrich's presidential campaign reveal the candidate spent about $200,000 more in February than he raised, and carries about as much debt as cash on hand.
The numbers, which are due to be filed with the Federal Election Commission Tuesday, showed Gingrich raised $2.6 million in February while spending $2.8 million. Gingrich won no primaries or caucuses in February – his two wins in the 2012 election cycle came January 21 in South Carolina and March 6 in his home state of Georgia.
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The numbers also reveal Gingrich with $1.5 million cash on hand, and show his campaign's debt dropping from $1.7 million to $1.5 million in February.
Gingrich's fundraising saw a drop since January, when his organization reported raising $5.6 million.
CNN's Chris Welch contributed to this report.