Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., dropped out of the presidential race and moved on to her re-election campaign months ago, but her most recent filing with the Federal Election Commission indicates her presidential campaign still owes $935,000 to vendors. And a former aide on the campaign is suing the congresswoman, alleging that the campaign stole a private email list of Christian home school teachers.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Friday, November 26
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Judge upholds star QBs suspension for state championship game
Sam Backer, of Chatfield Senior High, won't be allowed to play in Friday's title game.
Austin community leader 'brutally murdered' on trip to Ethiopia
He had been visiting his sick father.
Another 5,000 lbs. of goldfish removed from Carver County lakes
It all likely stemmed from people dumping their pets into local waters a few years ago.
Appeal to find 19-year-old missing from Bloomington
The teen left her home on Monday afternoon.
Deaths of twin fetuses after woman was shot ruled a double homicide
The woman was shot in the abdomen in mid-September.
Three people found dead in Fridley residence, investigation launched
The discovery was made Wednesday afternoon.
Ant's massive slam leads Timberwolves to fifth straight win
The dunk didn't count, but provided the highlight of the night.
WIld arrive late, Cam Talbot stays on point to beat Devils
Despite a 30-minute delay, the Wild picked up a 3-2 victory.
Appeal to find 35-year-old missing from Oak Grove home
Police say he's not believed to be in danger.
7 MN Republicans urge states to audit 2020 election results
There has been no evidence of significant fraud in any single U.S. state.
Bachmann still not revealing future political plans
Michele Bachmann's speech at an anti-abortion rally in St. Paul marked her first public appearance since the end of her presidential campaign. The Republican Congresswoman called for the repeal of Roe vs. Wade, but would not say whether she plans to run for re-election to her House seat.
Bachmann, Graves to hold three debates
Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann has agreed to three debates with her DFL opponent Jim Graves on the week before the Nov. 6 election, the St. Cloud Times reports. However, the Graves campaign is pushing the three-term Congresswoman to have more than just three debates. “It frustrates me that Bachmann was willing to give 15 debates during her presidential campaign," Jim Graves said. The first public debate is set for Oct. 30 in St. Cloud.
Michele Bachmann: Presidential campaign was "almost mistake free"
The Minnesota Congresswoman told the Christian Broadcasting Network that she was doomed because the media focused on a few minor stumbles involving Elvis Presley and John Wayne. Bachmann dropped out of the race for the White House after a sixth-place finish in the Iowa caucuses. She formally endorsed Mitt Romney for the Republican nomination Thursday.
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