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Bachmann's entire New Hampshire team quits in frustration

Michele Bachmann's paid staff in New Hampshire has reportedly quit en masse, and apparently they wanted to do it earlier but were afraid it would hurt her candidacy.
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Michele Bachmann's paid staff in New Hampshire has reportedly quit en masse, and apparently they wanted to do it earlier but were afraid it would hurt her candidacy.

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