Michele Bachmann faces reports of a New Hampshire revolt. Is the end near?
Probably not – at least until the Iowa caucuses Jan. 3, where she’s banking on her roots in the state and tea party credentials to carry the day in that fairly conservative vote.
But Friday was not the best day in Minnesota congresswoman’s fight for the Republican presidential nomination.
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Her whole staff in New Hampshire – the first state to hold a presidential primary – resigned, according to multiple news sources. Her staff of five in the Granite State left “over deep frustration with the campaign’s lack of commitment” to the state, reported WMUR-TV in Manchester.