Rep. Michele Bachmann
Republican and tea party favorite Michele Bachmann has beaten Democratic hotelier Jim Graves to win her fourth term in Congress.
Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann paints Democratic challenger Jim Graves as a big spender in her first TV ad of the year in Minnesota’s 6th District.
As of Tuesday, there will only be seven weeks until Election Day. And while much of the focus and here and across the country has been on the presidential race, members of Congress are up for re-election as well.
Rep. Michele Bachmann is claiming she raised $1 million in July toward her reelection campaign.
Saying she wanted to make her pride in America “perfectly clear,” Rep. Michele Bachmann sent a letter withdrawing her citizenship from Switzerland.
United State Rep. Michelle Bachmann has hit the campaign trail, campaigning for re-election to her 6th District Congressional seat. On Tuesday, she invited reporters to watch her pump gas at a suburban Twin Cities convenience store, and blamed President Obama for near-record high gas prices.
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court opens three days of hearings on the Affordable Care Act — referred to by critics as Obamacare.
If any political pundits were hoping to use the results of this year’s Minnesota hotdish contest as any sort of bellwether for the upcoming 2012 elections, they may be disappointed to hear the event ended in a tie.
She’s no longer in the running for the Republican presidential nomination, and she’s also no longer in the running to tango with Mark Ballas.
Rep. Michele Bachmann has named Chase Kroll to run her campaign for a fourth term in the U.S. House.
Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann swept aside doubts about her political future on Wednesday, declaring less than a month after ending her presidential bid that she will seek a fourth term in Congress.
Everyone has some sort of reaction to President Obama’s State of the Union address. Minnesota senators and representatives were no exception.
Rep. Michelle Bachmann has suspended her presidential campaign.
A prominent bioethicist has offered $10,000 to charity if Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann can prove her claim that a vaccination caused mental retardation.
Pledging fidelity to the Constitution and vowing to carry the tea party’s banner to Washington, the Republicans chasing the GOP’s presidential nomination are pitching themselves as the strongest candidate to roll back four years of President Barack Obama’s tenure.