The next big question for Bachmann: Will she run for re-election?

Her spokeswoman says she hasn't made up her mind whether she'll seek re-election to the U.S. House. Her decision to step down from the presidential contest comes as the state mulls over how to redraw Minnesota's legislative districts, and the final map could potentially put her at a disadvantage.
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Her spokeswoman says she hasn't made up her mind whether she'll seek re-election to the U.S. House. Her decision to step down from the presidential contest comes as the state mulls over how to redraw Minnesota's legislative districts, and the final map could potentially put her at a disadvantage.

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