Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann owes more than $1 million from her unsuccessful bid to become the Republican presidential nominee.
Bachmann detailed her finances through late January in a federal campaign report filed this week. The report had been due Feb. 20.
She left the GOP race after finishing last in Iowa's leadoff caucuses. She is running for a new term in Congress.
Half of the debt is owed to a fundraising consultant and her campaign manager is also due a large chunk.
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