Gingrich: 'We Are Going to Go On To Tampa and Win the Nomination'

Tuesday, 06 Mar 2012 10:21 PM

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Newt Gingrich said he would continue his campaign in the South after a convincing primary win in his home state of Georgia.

Gingrich even mentioned the possibility that he could rebound to win the Republican presidential nomination, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

“In the morning, we are going on to Alabama,” said the former House speaker, who represented Georgia for 20 years. “We are going onto Mississippi. We are going on to Kansas. And that is just this week.”

Gingrich finished his address to supporters in Atlanta by promising: “With your help, we are going to go on to Tampa and win the nomination.”

At one point, someone pointed out that Gingrich wasn't using a teleprompter.

"We run a frugal campaign," Gingrich deadpanned, "and the campaign couldn't afford it."

He said he would challenge President Barack Obama to debates and would allow the president to use a teleprompter in them.

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