Newt Gingrich is building an organization to rival Mitt Romney’s in the latter’s effective home state, New Hampshire.
The ex-speaker hired his state director, Andrew Hemingway, less than two months ago. Since that time, however, the campaign has opened five offices, added 13 paid staffers, and recruited over 1,000 volunteers. By knocking on doors and making calls, the campaign has contacted 15,000 people, Hemingway tells National Review Online.
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