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ENG: Michele Marie Bachmann (née Amble; April 6, 1956) is a member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Minnesota's 6th congressional district, and a candidate for the Republican nomination in the 2012 U.S. presidential election. She previously served in the Minnesota State Senate and is the first Republican woman to represent the state in Congress. Bachmann is a supporter of the Tea Party movement and a founder of the House Tea Party Caucus. Early life Bachmann was born in Waterloo, Iowa, "into a family of Norwegian Lutheran Democrats"; her family moved from Iowa to Minnesota when she was 13 years old. After her parents divorced, Bachmann's father, David John Amble, moved to California, and Bachmann was raised by her mother, Jean (née Johnson), ...
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Michele Bachmann officially leaves her church

Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann has long been a darling of conservative evangelicals, but shortly before announcing her White House bid, she officially quit a church she’d belonged to for years. Bachmann, a Minnesota congresswoman, and her husband, Marcus, withdrew their membership from Salem Lutheran Church in Stillwater, Minnesota, last month, according to church officials. The Bachmannshad been members of the church for more than 10 years, according to Joel Hochmuth, director of communications for the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod, the broader ...

Michele Bachmann wins Iowa Republican test

Michele Bachmann narrowly won the Iowa straw poll of Republicans on Saturday in the first big test of the 2012 presidential campaign, as Texas Governor Rick Perry formally launched a White House bid that could reshape the race. Bachmann, a representative from Minnesota, edged out Ron Paul, another representative, and rolled over the rest of the Republican field to capture the nonbinding Iowa mock election, a traditional early gauge of organizational strength in the state that holds the first 2012 nominating contest. Bachmann won 4,823 votes to Paul's 4,671. Tim Pawlenty, who had focused on a ...

Bachmann stirs supporters and opponents at Sarasota rally

If Tea Party voters decide the Republican presidential primary, Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann proved Sunday she may have a fighting chance with an energetic appearance at a rally in Sarasota. Bachmann slammed President Obama’s economic agenda, promised to slash government spending and generally delighted the nearly 500 people who came out for the Tea Party-sponsored event at the Sahib Temple on Beneva Road. Organizers called it a strong showing for a summertime political event in Sarasota early in the campaign season and a sign that Bachmann could be a serious contender in ...

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KNSI: Bachmann, Klobuchar At St. Cloud VA For Expanded Dental Clinic
ST. CLOUD, Minn. (KNSI) -- Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and Sen. Amy Klobuchar were all smiles today (Monday, Oct. 27) at the recently-expanded dental clinic at the St. Cloud VA Health Care System. In a display of bipartisanship, they whole-heartedly voiced their support for the clinic which can serve more veterans. KNSI News Anchor Frank Lee spoke to Bachmann and Klobuchar. “Veterans aren’t just Republicans, aren’t just Democrats, and we understand that and that’s why we worked together on these veterans issues,” Klobuchar said at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. “This dental clinic is one where there’s a desperate need for it when you look at the numbers and how they’ve increased with the number of people that need dental help out here at the VA clinic in St. Cloud.” The expanded clinic at the St. Cloud VA features seven new dental chairs, bringing the total number at the clinic to 18. And a new oral surgery room is among the new amenities. “I think that it’s impo
Bachmann Delivers Farewell Speech on the House Floor
Washington, D.C. -- Last night, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (MN-06) delivered her final speech on the House Floor as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.  It was an opportunity for her to reflect on her four terms in Congress, thank those who helped her get there, and comment on the future of our country: "It has been the privilege and the honor of a lifetime for me to serve as a member of the United States Congress, serving as the first woman ever elected from the state of Minnesota in the capacity of being a Republican. It's an honor and it's the ride of a lifetime. I'm so filled with joy and so much happiness and understanding that the privilege that I have is one of being really a link on a chain. It's gone on for hundreds of years and I stand right here on the soil in the square feet that are the freest square feet in the world." To view her full farewell speech, click here.Related Links:St. Cloud Times: Your Turn: It's been an honor to serve the 6th DistrictRep. Mi
St. Cloud Times: Your Turn: It's been an honor to serve 6th District
By U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, 6th District, Minnesota As U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann wraps up 8 years in Congress, she cites people, projects and legistlation that mean the most to her. At 12 years old, sitting in the back of my mother's car as we drove north on Interstate 35 to our new home in Anoka, I could have never imagined what the future held. Forty-six years later, I leave Congress and the incredible privilege of serving the wonderful people of the 6th District — the same place where I went to high school, started a small business and raised our family of five biological children and 23 foster children. My first priority upon taking office was to provide the very best constituent services possible. We protected Social Security, Medicare and veterans benefits. We helped with immigration and adoption cases. We would even call U.S. Embassies at 4 a.m. on a Sunday to help with passport problems. In total, we completed more than 3,000 individual constituent cases. While these unto
TIME: Michele Bachmann: What I’m Thankful For
Thanksgiving is a time when families across the country gather around their dining room tables and reflect on life’s many blessings—not least of these being the blessing of family itself. This year, as my time in the House of Representatives is coming to a close, I am particularly thankful for the opportunity to serve the wonderful people of Minnesota. While it didn’t always make headlines, a major highlight of my service in Congress was advocating on behalf of vulnerable children, as a co-chair of both the Congressional Coalition on Adoption and the Congressional Caucus on Foster Youth. Together with my fellow Foster Youth Caucus co-chairs, we introduced the Uninterrupted Scholars Act, pushed it through both chambers, and got it to the President’s desk. This law helps ease paperwork and protects foster youth as they transition from school to school. We worked side-by-side to pass Foster Youth Caucus co-chair Rep. Karen Bass’ legislation in the House to fight the link betw

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