Republicans in Minnesota will have their first chance to weigh in on the presidential election tonight, when the party will caucus in precincts across the state.
Still riding high from his decisive win in Florida's Republican primary, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney didn't seem bothered a bit when a supporter of same-sex marriage threw glitter on him at the beginning of his Minnesota rally.
While Michele Bachmann has some work to do to clear up the books of her presidential run, some think her her failed campaign will only help her fundraising as she seeks re-election to Congress.
One of the most hard-fought campaigns for Congress in Minnesota this year will be the battle for the 8th District in the northeastern part of the state.
Rep. Michele Bachmann announced Wednesday morning that she is suspending her bid for the White House.
Bachmann had been predicting a caucus "miracle," and that Iowans would "come home" to her. But she garnered just 5 percent of the caucus vote, and placed second to last.
Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann heads home to her birthplace near Waterloo, Iowa, hoping to convince many of the undecided caucus-goers to support her in tonight's balloting.
Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann contends that her prospects in Tuesday's Iowa caucuses are brighter than ever, despite having lost two key players in her campaign.
Just hours after appearing alongside Bachmann, Iowa state Sen. Kent Sorenson told Ron Paul supporters gathered in Des Moines he was switching sides
Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's presidential campaign enters the home-stretch of the Iowa Caucuses with some bad news. Her state campaign chairman, Iowa State Sen. Kent Sorenson, has defected to one of her competitors, U.S. Rep. Ron Paul. MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with Minnesota Public Radio news reporter Mark Zdechlik, who's in Des Moines.
In Iowa today, Michele Bachmann criticized some of her Republican competitors campaigning to be the GOP presidential nominee.
A look at Congresswoman Michele Bachmann as she wraps up her bus tour of all 99 Iowa counties.
Bachmann has been sounding confident throughout her last-ditch campaign barnstorm of Iowa and she's been keeping up an aggressive campaign schedule as she nears the end of her campaign tour of all 99 of Iowa's counties.
In Sioux County, Iowa, there's a lot of interest in next year's presidential election, but also a lot of indecision among many local Republicans who still don't know who they will support in the looming Iowa caucuses.
As Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann prepares for the Iowa caucuses Jan. 3, her campaign is hoping what she lacks in popular support she may make up with her campaign organization in the state.