Bachmann leads the way in 2Q fundraising

GOP Congresswoman Michele Bachmann pulled in the most money among Minnesota’s congressional candidates over the last three months. The 6th District incumbent raised more than $1.8 million. However, Bachmann's presidential campaign is still nearly $1 million in debt. Meanwhile, U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar has the most money on hand with $5.5 million in the bank for her bid for a second term. MinnPost breaks down the fundraising total...
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GOP Congresswoman Michele Bachmann pulled in the most money among Minnesota’s congressional candidates over the last three months. The 6th District incumbent raised more than $1.8 million. However, Bachmann's presidential campaign is still nearly $1 million in debt. Meanwhile, U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar has the most money on hand with $5.5 million in the bank for her bid for a second term. MinnPost breaks down the fundraising total...

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