The FEC filing shows that Fiorina received a considerable spike in campaign funds following both of her debate performances, bringing in more than $300,000 within days after each event. Fiorina has also attracted significant amount in small donors -- individuals that give less than $200 to campaigns -- with almost half her third quarter haul coming from small donors.
Among her campaign's payees is Tusk Digital, a Washington, D.C. based digital and media consulting shop. The company was paid about $616,000 between June and September.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO's campaign spent just $2.2 million during the third quarter, signaling a relatively low campaign dollar burn rate of just 34 percent. Her campaign has maintained a relatively lean operation with only 16 paid staffers on the payroll.
Fiorina held $5.5 million in cash on hand at the end of the reporting period on Sept. 30.