A new CNN/Time/ORC International poll puts Mitt Romney back in the lead in South Carolina but only by a hair over Herman Cain. But, 56 percent of South Carolinians say they could easily change their mind. And experts say they think that Newt Gingrich could surge next.
So, what better time for him to make an appearance in the Palmetto State? He’ll be making his way through Greenville on Friday and Saturday, and a report by the Greenville News has a few ways you can find him.
Leslie Gaines of Greenville, a GOP activist and deputy state director for Gingrich’s campaign, says he’s scheduled to be at the High Cotton restaurant downtown Friday morning for a fundraiser and to be interviewed there by national talk radio host Mike Gallagher.
At 2 p.m., Gingrich will have a town hall at the Chick-fil-A restaurant on Pelham Road, Gaines said.
On Saturday, the former Speaker of the House will be in Myrtle Beach for a Tea Party rally, but his wife, Callista Gingrich, will be in Greenville at the Westin Poinsett Hotel this weekend for the South Carolina Federation of Republican Women convention, Gaines said.