With Super Tuesday just days a way, Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich will be making a pit stop in Columbus Friday night at the airport. The Georgia native will be making an appearance tonight at 8 p.m. and is expected to stay for about an hour. Gingrich, along with the other Republican candidates, has been making a strong campaign push in hopes of coming out on top of the highly contested primary race to determine who will be facing President Obama in the upcoming general election in November.
It was also rumored that Rick Santorum would be in Columbus Saturday with his campaign, but recent reports have stated otherwise. However, a pro-life group of Santorum supporters will be taking a tour bus down Broadway early Saturday hoping to get undecided voters to rally for their candidate in primary.
Polls open Tuesday morning 7 a.m.