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Bachmann says she'll pick up former Cain supporters

Michele Bachmann says her presidential campaign began hearing from former Herman Cain supporters on the same day Cain withdrew from the field of Republican candidates. A new Des Moines Register poll shows Bachmann running fourth in Iowa, where caucuses are less than a month away.
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Michele Bachmann says her presidential campaign began hearing from former Herman Cain supporters on the same day Cain withdrew from the field of Republican candidates. A new Des Moines Register poll shows Bachmann running fourth in Iowa, where caucuses are less than a month away.

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