Not so long ago Newt Gingrich's campaign was sitting $1 million in debt. Now it's bringing in the big bucks from big donors, according to the campaign's spokesman R.C Hammond. They call it "Mitt money."
From the New York Times:
“We’re seeing the return of donations closer to the $2,500 maximum per person, $5,000 per couple,” [said Hammond], who declined to say how much Mr. Gingrich had raised since his surge in the polls began about six weeks ago. He called the latest influx “Mitt money” — a nod to Mr. Romney’s success at tapping wealthy establishment Republicans.