Newt Gingrich will read from and sign his new novel, Victory at Yorktown, and Callista Gingrich will discuss and sign her new children's book, In Land of the Pilgrims' Pride.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Sunday, March 4, 2012
Gingrich is strong In Georgia, but Is It enough to win all the delegates?
GOP presidential contender Newt Gingrich has the endorsement of several high-profile Georgia Republicans, including Gov. Nathan Deal. But few of them believe Gingrich can win Georgia’s Super Tuesday primary with a big enough margin to allow him to claim all of the state’s 76 delegates. “He’ll do well, but in next Tuesday’s primary, almost every candidate will get something out of Georgia,” said Sue Everhart, chair of the Georgia Republican Party. “I don’t think Newt will win with a 50-percent-plus-one margin. And endorsements from sitting governors don’t seal the deal.” The governor appeared with Gingrich this week at the state capitol in Atlanta. Deal served with Gingrich in Congress beginning in the mid-1990s. Last year, Everhart …
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Replay Patch's live coverage of Gingrich's appearance in Atlanta Wednesday morning.
Less than 24 hours after seeing Mitt Romney solidify his grip on the GOP presidential nomination, Newt Gingrich called on his Georgia supporters to keep his campaign moving forward. Gingrich spent Wednesday morning at Georgia's state capitol in Atlanta, along with Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, who has endorsed the Peach State's former congressman. Several hundred supporters and onlookers were present, as well as dozens of media. Replay Patch's live coverage of the event.
Sunday, January 29, 2012
Georgia businessman Herman Cain backs former Georgia congressman Newt Gingrich. Does it matter?
Former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain voiced his support for Newt Gingrich during an appearance in Florida on Saturday. The analysts at the New York Times' Five Thirty Eight blog and Real Clear Politics say Romney has a solid lead in Florida, which holds its primary on Tuesday. Has Gingrich lost his momentum? Can endorsements from Cain and Fred Thompson, who stopped in Atlanta on Thursday to stump for Gingrich, help him bounce back? What do you think? Tell us in the comments section below.
Saturday, January 21, 2012
Atlanta campaign chair describes Gingrich's appeal to South Carolina voters.
Former Georgia congressman Newt Gingrich won the South Carolina primary on Saturday. Unofficial election results showed Gingrich with 40 percent of the vote. Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney was in second place at 28 percent, and Rick Santorum, former U.S. senator from Pennsylvania, in third place with 17 percent. "Newt's victory Saturday night in South Carolina is the result of focusing on jobs, conservative values, and his vision for historic change in the relationship between the federal government and its citizens," said Angelic Moore, Gingrich's Atlanta campaign chair. "He has always consistently talked about America's future as a congressman, Speaker of the House, and now as a presidential candidate. That is what appealed …