Newt Gingrich

2:37am

Wed March 7, 2012
It's All Politics

Fight For GOP Nomination Is Over But Will Still Go On

Originally published on Wed March 7, 2012 8:18 am

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney addressed supporters at a Super Tuesday rally in Boston on Tuesday. His home state was one of the six he won Tuesday night.
Jessica Rinaldi Reuters /Landov

As they counted up the votes on Super Tuesday, you could almost hear Celine Dion singing that theme song from Titanic — the one about how her heart and the whole tragic tale would go on.

And on.

So it is with this year's Republican presidential contest.

Usually by this time in the picture, the GOP has given its heart to its hero, and it's lights out for the rest of the cast. But once again this week, the GOP of 2012 refused to read the usual script.

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2:00am

Wed March 7, 2012
Election 2012

3 Candidates Split Super Tuesday Wins

Mitt Romney won six of the 10 Super Tuesday contests. Rick Santorum won three while Newt Gingrich won one. Ron Paul was the only candidate who did not win at least one contest.

4:49pm

Tue March 6, 2012
It's All Politics

As Advertisers Flee Limbaugh, Pro-Gingrich SuperPAC Buys More Time

Newt Gingrich.
Evan Vucci AP

As advertisers continue to bail from "The Rush Limbaugh Show" after the host called a law student a "slut" and "prostitute," the superPAC supporting GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has essentially doubled down.

Gingrich himself has denounced Limbaugh's remarks, but it hasn't cooled the pro-Gingrich group Winning Our Future.

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8:56pm

Tue February 28, 2012
It's All Politics

Skipping Michigan And Arizona, Gingrich Has Georgia (And Trees) On His Mind

Originally published on Tue February 28, 2012 8:47 pm

Newt Gingrich shakes hands during a campaign rally Tuesday in Rome, Ga.
Evan Vucci Associated Press

Newt Gingrich skipped Tuesday's primary states of Michigan and Arizona to spend time in a place he knows well — and which votes in a week — Georgia.

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2:29pm

Sun February 26, 2012
Presidential Race

Energy Fuels Newt Gingrich's Comeback Plan

Republican candidate Newt Gingrich is counting on his promise of $2.50-per-gallon gas to return him to front-runner status.
Evan Vucci AP

When voters in Michigan go the polls Tuesday, it's unlikely many will tick the box for former House Speaker Newt Gingrich. In part, that's because Gingrich has all but written off the state, leaving his opponents to fight over it.

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