Bachmann, a Republican presidential candidate and Minnesota U.S. Congresswoman, will discuss: "he 2012 race, the latest on the Cain controversy, and what she sees as a path to victory for her campaign," the show's promotion page promises. She has appeared on the show multiple times before.
The Minnesota Congresswoman may need the face time on national television. According to a new analysis from the University of Minnesota's Smart Politics, she has averaged 8 minutes and 11 seconds of talk time in the five debates. That's about six minutes less than Mitt Romney and two minutes less than Rick Perry. But it's more than the other candidates, according to the blog.
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During an MPR interview in front a live audience, Dayton reiterated his support for middle class tax cuts, a big boost in transportation funding and universal prekindergarten during next year's legislative session, all priorities he was unable to achieve in the 2015 session.
State Auditor Rebecca Otto, reeling from a new law allowing counties to hire private audit firms to review their finances, said in a statement she has hired outside counsel "to help me assess the implications of this law and its impact on the core function of auditing."