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Winning Our Future Newt Gingrich Ad: GOP Presidential Candidate Touted As 'The Conservative Choice'

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COLUMBIA, SC - DECEMBER 23: Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich speaks to supporters on December 23, 2011 in Columbia, South Carolina. (Photo by Richard Ellis/Getty Images)
COLUMBIA, SC - DECEMBER 23: Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich speaks to supporters on December 23, 2011 in Columbia, South Carolina. (Photo by Richard Ellis/Getty Images)

Over the course of his 2012 campaign for president, Newt Gingrich has encountered his share of criticism from conservatives. With the former frontrunner lagging in recent Iowa polls, one super PAC is coming to his defense in crunch time.

Winning Our Future unveiled its first Iowa television ad on Wednesday, a spot that denounces the spending tactics of Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, and other competing candidates. The 30-second ad casts Gingrich as a "principled conservative" and cautions against letting "the liberal Republican establishment pick our candidate."

Watch the ad above.

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