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Election 2012: Newt Gingrich on the Campaign Trail

Candidate discusses Super Tuesday, what his presidency would mean to kids

By Ben Frigon | null null , null

The four remaining Republican candidates for President have been campaigning across the country ahead of Super Tuesday. On Monday, Newt Gingrich made stops across Tennessee to get the word out about his candidacy.

In Chattanooga, Kid Reporter Ben Frigon interviewed Gingrich about his campaign, Super Tuesday, and what a Gingrich presidency would mean for kids. Click Play Video to watch the interview!

kid reporter ben frigon interviews republican presidential candidate newt gingrich
 
The Scholastic News Kids Press Corps is on the campaign trail. Kid Reporters are covering Super Tuesday from five states. Check out the Super Tuesday Special Report for their stories.

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Scholastic News Kid Reporters are on the campaign trail! Keep up with latest election news on the Election 2012 website.

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