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Gingrich campaign seeing more 'Mitt money
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich defended his immigration stance Friday. (AP)

Gingrich campaign seeing more 'Mitt money

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.


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