Rep. Michele Bachmann is due back in Iowa today for a series of appearances between today and Saturday.
Bachmann spokesman Eric Woolson said the areas Bachmann will be visiting are, “very heavily Republican territory and very important in terms of the caucuses.” Iowa’s first-in-the-nation caucuses are tentatively scheduled for January 3.
Bachmann will be talking about jobs and the economy at each of her six stops over the next few days, Woolson said.
“The focus is going to be on her economic blueprint on how to create American jobs now,” said Woolson.
He said Bachmann planned to emphasize different components of her economic plan at each stop. He also said Bachmann would be doing interviews with local reporters during her latest Iowa campaign swing.
Bachmann leaves Iowa on Saturday but will be back in one week for an Iowa faith and Freedom Coalition candidates forum in Ames.