Herman Cain attends rally at State Capitol

Several hundred people joined the former Republican presidential candidate in St. Paul Saturday afternoon. Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and former candidate for governor Tom Emmer also spoke at the annual Tax Cut rally, according to WCCO.
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Several hundred people joined the former Republican presidential candidate in St. Paul Saturday afternoon. Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and former candidate for governor Tom Emmer also spoke at the annual Tax Cut rally, according to WCCO.

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