Gingrich: contest is between elites and Main Street


Republican candidate Newt Gingrich cast the race to secure the party's presidential nomination as a contest between elites and Main Street.

Speaking from his home state of Georgia, he received loud cheers as he told his supporters that they 'can make a difference'.

Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are all hoping to do well in the Super Tuesday primary contest as they vie to be the Republican Party's next presidential nominee.

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