Last night on the ABC News debate stage, Speaker Gingrich faced a new level of scrutiny from the other candidates and moderators who sought to stem the incredible momentum of this campaign. Speaker Gingrich stayed positive and continued to effectively communicate the bold ideas our country desperately needs.
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Newt Gingrich participates in a townhall meeting at Insight Technology
Newt Gingrich stops by Hollis Pharmacy to greet local customers
Newt and Gov. Jon Huntsman have a Lincoln-Douglas Debate on foreign policy
Newt Gingrich participates in a townhall meeting hosted by the Southern New Hampshire 9-12 Project
Newt participates in Fox News Presidential Debate
Callista has a book signing at Mount Vernon Vistors Center
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