Positive New Ad On the Air in Iowa

Newt 2012
Dear Friend and Supporter,Voting begins in Iowa in less than thirty days, and this campaign is peaking in support and organization at just the right time. Our statewide political organizations are up and running in early states like Iowa, South Carolina, and New Hampshire, and our new television ad has already begun airing in Iowa.The Iowa ad is important because it reinforces what the American people have learned about Speaker Gingrich in the presidential debates. He is not going to attack his fellow Republican candidates, instead focusing on a positive vision for the future of America. As a historian, Speaker Gingrich understands that the American people have a proud record of overcoming adversity and that together we can rebuild the America we love!Newt 2012
After more than three years of the failed Obama presidency, this is exactly the kind of positive message America needs to start a real economic recovery. It is why the great recession will begin to turnaround immediately after Newt becomes the President-elect. Ronald Reagan proved that the markets respond to confident leadership and a clear plan of action.Please take a moment to view the ad and consider making a generous contribution to help us keep a positive message on the air. Every donation that we receive allows us to put this ad in front of more voters in important early primary states. Please help us keep the momentum going and push a positive campaign message by making your generous financial contribution today!

Thank You,

Michael Krull
Newt 2012
Campaign Manager

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Newt 2012
Post Office Box 550769
Atlanta, GA 30355

Newt calls in to Glenn Beck’s radio show

Tuesday, December 6 2011 – 9:05am ET

Newt is interviewed on The Kudlow Report
Tuesday, December 6 2011 – 7:30pm ET

Newt calls in to Don Wade & Roma’s radio show
Wednesday, December 7 2011 – 8:05am ET
WLS, Chicago

Newt speaks at the Republican Jewish Coalition 2012 Candidate Forum
Wednesday, December 7 2011 – 2:00pm ET
Ronald Reagan Building
Washington, DC

Newt and Callista will hold a book signing at Hudson News bookstore

Friday, December 9 2011 – 4:00pm ET
Gate A in Union Station
Washington DC

Newt holds a townhall meeting at Drake University

Saturday, December 10 2011 – 3pm CT
Drake University
Des Moines, Iowa
Note: Newt and Callista will hold a book signing following the townhall

Newt participates in ABC News Presidential Debate
Saturday, December 10 2011 – 9pm ET
Drake University
Des Moines, Iowa
Host a debate watch party

Newt participates in Fox News Presidential Debate
Thursday, December 15 2011 – 9pm ET
Sioux City Convention Center
Sioux City, Iowa
Host a debate watch party

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