With no staff in New Hampshire, Bachmann mails in application for primary

Most of the major candidates have applied in person; others have sent staff members. Michele Bachmann, however, has focused almost exclusively on Iowa, and her entire New Hampshire team recently up and quit. They said in a statement that they resent how the national team has treated them.
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Most of the major candidates have applied in person; others have sent staff members. Michele Bachmann, however, has focused almost exclusively on Iowa, and her entire New Hampshire team recently up and quit. They said in a statement that they resent how the national team has treated them.

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