WEST CHESTER, Ohio (AP) - Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has told supporters in Ohio that he thinks he can win delegates in the Buckeye State.
Gingrich spoke Saturday morning at the Back Porch Saloon, a restaurant-bar in suburban West Chester Township, about 25 miles north of Cincinnati.
Gingrich is staking his campaign on a big victory Tuesday in Georgia, where the former House speaker represented a suburban Atlanta district for 20 years.
But he says he also has a chance to get delegates in Ohio and is excited about that opportunity.
Three of the four GOP contenders are fighting for Ohio ahead of Super Tuesday. Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum also were campaigning in the state this weekend.
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