Gingrich says Delaware could shake up the race
WILMINGTON | Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Monday that Delaware’s small size could provide him the opportunity to pick up the state’s 17 winner-take-all delegates on April 24 and shake up the GOP presidential primary race.
“I think Delaware is a great opportunity for us because it is the size state where a candidate with limited money can really make an impact by personal contact,” Mr. Gingrich told reporters during the first visit to Delaware by a contender in this year’s GOP presidential race. “I think that winning Delaware would be part of resetting the whole race.” Schaumber, now a labor relations consultant, also did not respond to an email and phone call requesting comment. partner,” the Republican governor said. “Much of this agreement is pretty far along. We need to make some reviews. Both the City Council and mayor need to make some reviews.”
Snyder spokeswoman Geralyn Lasher said the two sides “could be a paragraph or two” away from a deal.
Later Monday, a financial review team concluded Detroit is in “severe financial stress” but stopped short of appointing an emergency manager.
First lady Michelle Obama plants mustard seedlings Monday at the White House kitchen garden with Girl Scouts from Fairport, N.Y. The event was part of Mrs. Obama’s initiative to promote healthy eating for children.