A Renewed Pledge

Newt 2012

Dear Friend and Supporter,

As the Iowa caucuses approach, the media’s favorite storyline is that the Republican candidates are eager to "take the gloves off," "bloody" each other up, and "go negative" against each other. Newt Gingrich has made it clear from the beginning, though, that this campaignNewt 2012 will not resort to the sort of mudslinging that the media loves. Speaker Gingrich reiterated to me and the rest of the staff yesterday that this campaign is committed to discussing big ideas and raising the level of debate, not tearing down other Republicans.

We are not going to run negative ads against other Republican candidates, and we are not going to resort to the sort of baseless lies and personal attacks that too often pass for public debate these days. Newt’s rise in the polls is not the result of a campaign, it’s a movement based on big ideas to rebuild America and on a hunger for a higher level of debate. We commit once again today to run a campaign worthy of the office of President of the United States.

This isn’t to say that we won’t continue to confront the failed policies of President Obama and the advocates of expanding government. This is our moment to start building the campaign that will challenge the failures of the entire administration across the country. Eric Holder might be getting free pass from the media on ‘Fast and Furious,’ and it will be incumbent on this campaign to expose the systematic lack of leadership that starts at the top, but we can only do that with your support. Your financial contribution to this campaign will be used to build an organization that will make Barack Obama a one-term President, because this campaign is headed by a real leader who understands that, as Republicans, we must be united in 2012.

Thank You,
Michael Krull
Newt 2012
Campaign Manager


To Donate By Mail Please Send Checks To:
Newt 2012
Post Office Box 550769
Atlanta, GA 30355


Newt meets with the Cedar Rapids Gazette Editorial Board
Wednesday, December 14 2011 – 11:15am CT
Cedar Rapids, IA
Note: This interview will stream live at www.thegazette.com.
Newt calls in to Sean Hannity’s radio show
Wednesday, December 14 2011 – 2:30pm CT
Newt participates in a discussion about the importance of brain science research
Wednesday, December 14 2011 – 2:45pm CT
University of Iowa College of Public Health
Medical Education Research Facility (MERF)
375 Newton Road
Iowa City, IA
Newt attends the premiere of Governor Mike Huckabee’s new documentary, The Gift of Life
Wednesday, December 14 2011 – 7-9:00pm CT
Hoyt Sherman Place
1501 Woodland Avenue
Des Moines, IA 
Newt participates in a meet & greet with local citizens
Thursday, December 15 2011 12-1:00pm CT
Willow Ridge Golf Course
1788 Madison Avenue
Fort Dodge, IA
Newt participates in Fox News Presidential Debate
Thursday, December 15 2011 – 9pm ET
Sioux City Convention Center
Sioux City, Iowa
Host a debate watch party
Newt is interviewed on Hannity
Thursday December 15 2011 – 11:00pm ET
Fox News
Callista has a book signing at Mount Vernon Vistors Center
Saturday, December 17 2011 – 2-4pm ET
Historic Mount Vernon
3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway
Mount Vernon, VA 22309

Contributions to Newt 2012 are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. The maximum an individual may contribute to Newt 2012 is $2,500 for the primary election and an additional $2,500 for the general election. Couples may contribute up to $5,000 for each election; joint contributions require the signature of both spouses. Federal multicandidate PACs may contribute up to $5,000 for each election. By submitting your contribution, you agree that the first $2,500 of a contribution will be designated for the 2012 election, and any additional amount, up to $2,500 will be designated for the 2012 general election. Contributions from corporations, foreign nationals, and federal government contractors are prohibited. Contributions must be made from personal funds and may not be reimbursed by any other person. Federal law requires us to use our best efforts to obtain and report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 in an election cycle.

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