MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) -- Newt Gingrich's Republican presidential
bid is suddenly showing signs of life.
The former House speaker is staffing up in key states and
raising more money than he has in months.
He could be benefiting from the missteps of some of his rivals.
Herman Cain is fending off allegations of sexual impropriety
while Texas Gov. Rick Perry continues to struggle in debates.
Gingrich is an aggressive and witty debater who's been involved
in national politics for two decades.
The campaign of top contender Mitt Romney is preparing for a
Gingrich rise, but questions whether he's a viable challenger.
Gingrich has been married three times and is just now putting
together a campaign organization in early voting states.
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