Michele Bachmann Has Campaign Shake-Up Woes

The Tea-Party might need some old-fashioned coffee to make it through this mess.

Top-level staff departures from Michele Bachmann’s campaign are raising fresh questions about her durability heading into the post-Labor Day stretch of the 2012 presidential primary contest.

As POLITICO first reported Sunday, her campaign manager Ed Rollins will be moving from day-to-day campaign managing to a senior advisory role. His deputy, David Polyansky, is leaving the campaign.

t wasn’t immediately clear who would be taking over the top slots in the Bachmann campaign, as she tries to find her footing in a race that is rapidly reconfiguring into a two-man contest between Perry and flagging frontrunner Mitt Romney – a fact that Rollins himself noted in an interview with the Washington Post early Monday.


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