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    Redistricting Displaces Bachmann

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    Michele Bachmann is having a tough go of things lately. In January, she had to drop out of the presidential race. Now a panel of judges has redrawn the congressional map in Minnesota, putting her home in the Fourth District, which is represented by Democrat Betty McCollum. The three-term congresswoman has vowed to seek reelection in the Sixth District, the area she has represented since 2006. "I'm announcing today that I will be running in the Sixth Congressional District. I'll continue my service to the people in the district where I essentially went to junior high, high school, college, had my babies born, and we built our business and we have our church and our family," Bachmann said. But, she hasn't made any decisions about whether she will move since members of Congress aren't required to live in the districts they represent.

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