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New Hampshire Experts Weigh In On Secret Of Newt Gingrich's Success

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Newt Gingrich recently surged into second place in the latest WMUR/UNH NH Primary Poll and landed the coveted endorsement from New Hampshire's biggest newspaper this week.

"I think he got the Union Leader endorsement because he is the conservative that has the best chance of winning the nomination," said Gingrich's New Hampshire Director Andrew Hemingway.

The 2012 presidential candidate has had some obstacles in his campaign, but it seems like he has caught up and become a real threat to current front-runner Mitt Romney.

Read the whole story at Amherst Patch

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