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Super PAC targets Bachmann: CREDO Super PAC, a liberal organization, announced that it is launching a campaign to defeat Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.). The group plans to spend about $500,000 in all to defeat Bachmann, who is the organization's first announced target this cycle. Bachmann faces a possible rematch of her close 2012 race against hotel magnate Jim Graves, who is running again. CREDO tried to help Graves win the last cycle.

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McConnell goes big with campaign video: The normally understated Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) released a fiery campaign video resembling an action movie trailer more than a typical political Web video.

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