Bachmann quietly approaches caucus

In a far cry from her Straw Poll victory over the summer, Michele Bachmann's poll numbers have dropped and her money had dried up. She is keeping a light schedule leading up to Iowa's first in the nation caucus.
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In a far cry from her Straw Poll victory over the summer, Michele Bachmann's poll numbers have dropped and her money had dried up. She is keeping a light schedule leading up to Iowa's first in the nation caucus.

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