A Republican Challenger has risen in the ranks of the Congressional Sixth District in Minnesota to directly challenge incumbent and Republican Nominee Michele Bachmann. Aubrey Immelman, a professor of poly-psy at St. John’s University and College of St. Benedict, has registered as a writ-in candidate for the office.
Aubrey Immelman, who mounted an unsuccessful Republican primary challenge to U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, said today he will file to run as a write-in candidate for the 6th Congressional District in the Nov. 4 election.
Immelman said he sent an application to the office of Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie allowing write-in votes cast in his name to count as valid votes in the race.
He said he intends to offer himself as an “alternative for disillusioned Republicans” who cannot bring themselves to vote for DFL- and Independence Party-endorsed candidate Elwyn Tinklenberg or for Bob Anderson, the titular Independence Party candidate.
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