ARLINGTON, Virginia (Reuters) – Newt Gingrich ended his run for U.S. president on Wednesday after dazzling in televised debates but slumping to defeat in dozens of Republican primaries under attack from rivals who portrayed him as the consummate Washington insider.
NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) – Newt Gingrich’s Southern strategy to get back into the race for the Republican presidential nomination has collapsed, and his campaign is in the red, but the former U.S. House of Representatives speaker is marching on.
DALTON, Ga. —Newt Gingrich is looking ahead to Super Tuesday no longer positioned as the leading alternative to Mitt Romney in the Republican presidential race. That slipped away after he lost Florida more than a month ago. He no longer … Continue reading
ATLANTA (Reuters) – Only a month ago, Newt Gingrich was atop the Republican presidential race. Now he is in a fight for a win even in his home state of Georgia as his campaign stakes its future on the Super … Continue reading
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. And Republican Newt Gingrich certainly will hope the disarray that marred his campaign in Nevada last week will not doom his White House bid as he heads toward a … Continue reading
SARASOTA, Fla. — In a cavernous airplane hangar, an emcee warmed up a restless crowd. “If you’re going to take on the establishment, you can’t be namby-pamby . . . !” he began as people cheered and waved little American flags. Read full … Continue reading
LUTZ, Florida (Reuters) – Republican Newt Gingrich struggled to halt surging rival Mitt Romney’s momentum on Sunday, accusing him of launching false attacks as polls showed Romney widening his lead two days before Florida’s presidential primary.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – White House hopeful Mitt Romney widened his lead over rival Newt Gingrich to 11 percentage points in Florida, according to Reuters/Ipsos online poll results on Saturday, up from 8 points a day earlier, as he cemented his … Continue reading
JACKSONVILLE, Florida (Reuters) – Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney opened a debate on Thursday night that had the makings of a raucous encounter between increasingly bitter rivals five days before Florida’s pivotal Republican presidential primary vote.