Newt Gingrich will begin campaigning for Mitt Romney next week, the former GOP presidential candidate told Fox News.
Gingrich will throw his support behind the presumptive Republican presidential nominee at two events in Georgia, including the state’s GOP convention, Fox News reported.
Gingrich, who represented Georgia in the House, suspended his campaign on May 2.
A Gingrich campaign spokesman told CNN on Friday night that the former House speaker also will campaign for Romney in Las Vegas.
“I am asked sometimes is Mitt Romney conservative enough?” Gingrich said when he suspended his campaign. “And my answer is simple – compared to Barack Obama? This is not a choice between Mitt Romney and Ronald Reagan. This is a choice between Mitt Romney and the most radical leftist president in American history.”
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty on Saturday told Fox News that he will be at two Romney events, including the Oklahoma GOP convention in Norman, Fox News reported.
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