Rep. Michele Bachmann’s (R-MN) campaign has just announced that she will be joined by a very special guest on the campaign trail: Former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK), who will be coming to Minnesota to help with Bachmann’s re-election campaign.
“There is absolutely no one more in tune with the hearts and minds of everyday Americans than Governor Palin, and I’m excited to welcome her back to our beautiful state this spring,” said Bachmann, in the press release.
The event will happen on April 7 — and should probably be pretty fun to watch. Palin is also set to campaign for Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) and her former running mate, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), both of whom are facing primary challenges.
Governor Palin to Join Representative Bachmann on the Campaign Trail
U.S. Representative Michele Bachmann (MN-06) announced today that former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will come to Minnesota to assist Bachmann’s re-election campaign on April 7, 2010.
“There is absolutely no one more in tune with the hearts and minds of everyday Americans than Governor Palin, and I’m excited to welcome her back to our beautiful state this spring,” Bachmann said.
Both Governor Palin and Congresswoman Bachmann are well-known and respected conservative leaders whose bold and unwavering stances in defending the U.S. Constitution and commonsense approaches to issues like health care, taxes and government bailouts have attracted millions to their message.
“It didn’t take the American people long to see through the extreme liberal agenda of President Obama and his Democratic allies in Congress,” Bachmann said. “We saw American’s frustration start in the form of tea party protests in states from coast to coast. It continued with the health care town halls throughout last summer. But we saw it come into full focus yesterday in conservative Scott Brown’s victory in Massachusetts, taking back a Senate seat that was held by Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy for decades. The American people have spoken, and the momentum is clearly at the backs of conservatives heading into the 2010 elections.”
Details about Governor Palin’s visit will be released as they become available. In the coming weeks, please visit www.michelebachmann.com for more information.