Top Iowa Bachmann backer defects to Ron Paul campaign - Bring Me The News

Top Iowa Bachmann backer defects to Ron Paul campaign

Iowa state Sen. Kent Sorenson is throwing his support to Ron Paul's campaign. Sorenson had served as Bachmann's Iowa campaign chair for about a year and had appeared with Bachmann just hours before making his surprise announcement switching his allegiance.
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Iowa state Sen. Kent Sorenson is throwing his support to Ron Paul's campaign. Sorenson had served as Bachmann's Iowa campaign chair for about a year and had appeared with Bachmann just hours before making his surprise announcement switching his allegiance.

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