Michele Bachmann’s path since she edged out Rep. Ron Paul in the Iowa straw poll has been marked by steady decline, major staff changes, and the entrance and surge of several candidates who cut into her dominance among social conservatives.
But her strategy remains the same: Win the Iowa Caucus or go home.
On Thursday, she kicks off a 3-day swing of Iowa, where she will tout her jobs plan, which she released ahead of the Republican debate. The plan calls for repealing health care and financial regulation legislation and cutting taxes.
Her campaign has continued to add staff in Iowa and she plans to spend at least 30 days in the state ahead of the Jan. 3 caucus.
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