Gingrich Campaign Press Release - In South Carolina, Grassroots Taking Hold for Gingrich
Forty County Co-Chairs Named
Greenville, SC - Forty citizen leaders have stepped forward to stand with Newt Gingrich as county co-chairs and help the best conservative, solutions-oriented candidate win South Carolina's First in the South Presidential Primary.
Voters can get involved via Facebook by visiting South Carolinians with Newt 2012.
|Deborah Sevigny||Jerry Guest||Danny Strickland|
|Erica Christian||Kathy Behlert||Jean Pruitt|
|Gale Crawford||Joan Clyborne||Michael Thompson|
|Braden Hall||Col. John Passafiume||David Carter|
|Jan Houghtaling||Jesse Sellers||Joanne Burroughs|
|Byrd Smith||Kim Wellman||Allen Olson|
|Jerry Strawbridge||Sherry Smith||E.J. Cousar|
|James Epley||Todd Garrett||Jim Davis|
|Joe Dugan||Marla Hamby||Michael Luppe|
|Renee Woodberry||Terry Bingham||Kevin Wagner|
Large Crowds On the Trail
Gingrich has seen a strong and enthusiastic response in South Carolina. On a recent three-day swing that took him from Hilton Head to Greenville, Gingrich was greeted by overflowing crowds, including the largest ever turnout (800+) for Congressman Tim Scott's ongoing Presidential Town Hall series.
In Greenville, 500 people attended a Town Hall meeting with Newt at Tommy's Ham House and 1,000 came out to Bluffton for a Town Hall meeting and the opening of the Newt 2012 Beaufort County Victory Office.
Gingrich will return to South Carolina on Thursday, December 8 where he is scheduled to campaign in Greenville.
Newt Gingrich, Gingrich Campaign Press Release - In South Carolina, Grassroots Taking Hold for Gingrich Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/297725