Newt Gingrich's Super Tuesday Strategy

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Newt Gingrich addresses the 2012 Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, DC. (Getty)

Newt Gingrich hasn't been able to wrestle a significant percentage of voters since South Carolina. The former speaker of the house's super PAC, Winning the Future, is going on an ad buy blitz in seven out of ten Super Tuesday states, spending upwards of $10 million. Focusing on Southern states, these new ads mainly attack Romney for being "out of touch," but also target Santorum for lack of leadership experience.

Rick Tyler is senior advisor to the Winning our Future Super PAC.


Rick Tyler

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Hsi-Chang Lin

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