Gingrich Arrives in Jacksonville Days Before Election | Politics

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Gingrich Arrives in Jacksonville Days Before Election
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrinch arrived at First Baptist Church about an hour later than scheduled on Sunday, but still got a round of applause from people there.

He arrived shortly before 6 p.m., refusing to take questions and moving quickly into the church.

Since he arrived so late, he was seated near the back of the room. He listened to guest speaker Joel Rosenberg then was introduced. He left about a minute after being introduced to the congregation.

He is staying overnight in Jacksonville before an event Monday morning starting at 8 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency Riverfront. Ronald Reagan's eldest son, Michael, will also be there.

Mitt Romney will also be here Monday morning at a rally at Ring Power Lift Trucks.

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