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Michele Bachmann Re-elected

Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann narrowly defeated Democratic opponent, Elwyn Tinklenberg. Bachmann, who is an evangelical, drew attention after she made controversial remarks to Chris Matthews on MSNBC.

"I'm very concerned that he may have anti-American views," Bachmann said in reference to Mr. Obama.' She later said she regretted the remarks.

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Posted:November 5, 2008 at 12:51AM
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