Gingrich, 3rd Place

Presidential hopeful, Newt Gingrich, was once a leader in the GOP race, but has fallen behind Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum. 

Gingrich went into Super Tuesday with two states won and the prospect of winning his home state of Georgia. Did he do it? Yes! Gingrich added Georgia to his list of South Carolina and Nevada. 

Gingrich has taken a more aggressive approach to campaigning, never shying away from pointing out the flaws in each of his competitors. Gingrich’s angle is definitely more strategically aggressive than that of Ron Paul, but he is not fighting tooth and nail like front-runners Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum.

I think we’re seeing a pattern– calling out your competition helps you, a quiet approach, like Paul’s, however, does not. 

Moving on… 

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