Despite only carrying five percent of the vote in the GOP caucus, Michele Bachmann rallied a base of evangelical supporters and successfully cultivated an image of political outsider looking to clean up Washington. Now that she's out of the race, her supporters could widen the divide between GOP hopefuls. With two other candidates who are outspoken about their evangelical religious views and Paul's platform of returning to conservative ideals, there is no short supply of alternatives for former Bachmann-boosters.
Brad Cranston, Pastor of Heritage Baptist Church and member of Iowa Baptists for Biblical Values Location, and Shelly Kennedy, member of the Bayshore Tea Party, are both long-time Bachmann supporters. They join the program to discuss their plans for the rest of the presidential race.