(CNN) – Restore Our Future, the super PAC supporting former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination, raised $6.4 million in February, according to documents the organization planned to file with the Federal Election Commission Tuesday.
The group spent $12.2 million, much of which was used to run television ads tearing apart Romney's rivals for the Republican nomination. In all, the group has spent just over $26 million in 2012.
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At the end of February, Restore Our Future had $10.5 million cash on hand, and held no debt.
The largest contributor to Restore Our Future in February was Bob Perry, a builder in Texas who gave the group $3 million February 15. Perry was also a major contributor to "Swift Vets and POWs for Truth," the independent group that made claims against Sen. John Kerry during his bid for president in 2004.
Payday loan company Advance America also contributed $25,000 to the group, the first time the organization has donated to the pro-Romney super PAC. Lenders offering payday loans have come under intense fire from consumer advocates, who say they exploit people by charging high interest rates.
CNN's Kevin Bohn contributed to this report.