Former Bachmann spokeswoman working for Santorum's campaign

The Hill confirms, Alice Stewart is serving as Santorum's national press secretary and will travel with him. Stewart was the Minnesota congresswoman's main media contact before Bachmann dropped out of the race for the White House in January.
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The Hill confirms, Alice Stewart is serving as Santorum's national press secretary and will travel with him. Stewart was the Minnesota congresswoman's main media contact before Bachmann dropped out of the race for the White House in January.

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