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Bachmann plans trip to N.H. to meet with Tea Party leaders

WASHINGTON — Rep. Michele Bachmann is scheduled to visit New Hampshire early next week to meet with Tea Party leaders there, according to multiple reports, though as of now she doesn’t have any public events scheduled.

While there, she’ll meet privately in the Seacoast area with a group of about 30 Tea Party leaders, including Andrew Hemingway, head of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire, and talk radio host Jeff Chidester. The news was first reported by the New Hampshire Union Leader’s John DiStaso, as well as by Real Clear Politics.

Bachmann is scheduled to be back in New Hampshire for a very public event on the 29th of April, when she and Tim Pawlenty will both be at a presidential cattle call on “spending and job creation,” sponsored by Americans for Prosperity — New Hampshire. It will be the first time the pair have appeared at the same event as presidential aspirants in an early primary state.

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