By Baird Helgeson
U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann finally got a signed copy of Sarah Palin's new memoir, "Going Rogue: An American Life."
Bachmann spokesman Dave Dziok said the former Alaska governor signed the book, "Michele, we love you."
Bachmann and Palin were scheduled to be at the same fundraiser in the Twin Cities on Monday night after the former Alaska governor spent the day signing books at Mall of America.
After a Minnesota Capitol rally Monday morning, Bachmann said she hoped to get a signed copy of Palin's best-selling new book that night.
Some political watchers say Palin is testing a run for the White House. Fans are selling shirts and bumper stickers that say, "Palin-Bachmann 2012."
Bachmann said Monday she is only interested in winning another term in 2010.
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