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Jackie Gingrich’s guide to campaigning

By Jackie Gingrich  

Newt Gingrich's daughter reflects on the art of campaigning

Driving between small towns in South Carolina earlier this month, with no mobile phone coverage, I enjoyed a brief respite from never-ending national media and the ongoing evolution of campaign narratives. It reminded me of the mid 1970s when my father, Newt Gingrich, today a Republican presidential candidate, first ran for Congress in rural Georgia. His district was south Atlanta, down to Griffin and west to the Alabama border. We would drive in the car for hours, for days,…

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