Newt Gingrich is reportedly ending his campaign some time today. Like many past presidential candidates, his campaign will be left with some debt when he calls it quits.
With the candidate set to make his exit official Wednesday afternoon, a close look at his finance records reveals a free-spending machine that ran up a million-dollar debt in private jet flights alone, along with other services and benefits that left the unpaid bill at a whopping $4.3 million at the end of March, according to the latest filing with the Federal Election Commission (FEC).
Not to worry, the campaign says in April it paid off $500,000 of it. Just $3.8 million to go!