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Romney Offers Gingrich Donor List

Wednesday, 02 May 2012 10:27 AM

Newt Gingrich has been meeting with representatives from Mitt Romney’s camp to work out a role for the former House Speaker in the presidential campaign and to help retire some of his debt. Gingrich, who is suspending his bid for the GOP nomination for president, met with Romney campaign manager Matt Rhoades, Fox News reported.

Gingrich has about $4.3 million in debt according to FEC filings. "The Romney campaign will give us access to some of their networks but it will be our responsibility to raise the money," Gingrich spokesman R.C. Hammond told Fox. "While campaigning in support of Romney, the party, and congressional candidates, we will also hold separate events to raise money to pay off debts."

The meeting examined ways for Gingrich to assist Romney in his battle with President Barack Obama. Gingrich has yet to give his official endorsement to Romney, Fox reported.

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