DES MOINES, Iowa/MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (Reuters) – Michele Bachmann was out, Rick Perry was back and Rick Santorum was up in the most volatile Republican presidential nominating contest in decades on Wednesday, as conservative Republicans searched for an alternative to frontrunner Mitt Romney. Bachmann, a U.S. congresswoman from Minnesota, stepped down after a dismal sixth place finish in the first Republican nominating contest in Iowa, which was decided by a margin of 8 votes out of the 122,000 cast. …

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The rough-and-tumble Republican race for the White House became even more entangled on Wednesday when Tea Party favorite Michele Bachmann quit and Rick Perry decided to stay in after all. The rough-and-tumble Republican race for the White House became even more entangled when Tea Party favourite Michele Bachmann quit and Texas Governor Rick Perry decided to stay in after all. Now that he's the real live, debate tested frtrunner, Rick took heat from all the usual suspects in this case, it's Michele , who needed t Bachmann off, Perry on the The rough-and-tumble Republican race for the White House became even more entangled Wednesday when Tea Party favorite Michele quit and Tags: bachmann, perry, republican, rollercoaster, Mitt Romney. , a U.S. cgresswoman from Minnesota, stepped down after a dismal sixth place finish in the first Republican nominating ctest in Iowa, which was decided by a margin of 8 Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is joined by U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) (R) at a campaign stop in Manchester, New Hampshire January 4, 2012, e da stepped down after a dismal sixth place finish in the Iowa caucuses, which were decided by a difference of ly 8 votes out of the 122,000 that were cast.

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