Newt to Charge $50 for Photos

    JACKSON, MS - MARCH 8:   Republican presidential candidate and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich poses for a photograph with a supporter at the Jackson Hilton on March 8, 2012 in Jackson, Mississippi. Voters in ten states this week went to the polls in the ongoing battle for the   Republican presidential nomination. At the Jackson, Mississippi, rally, Gingrich spoke about the economy and foreign policy. (Photo by Marianne Todd/Getty Images)

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    Maybe next he’ll roll out a dunk tank and balloon animals. Newt Gingrich’s campaign announced on Monday that they’ll be charging $50 apiece for photos with the candidate. Gingrich is currently campaigning in Delaware, which will hold its primary April 24. But the former speaker of the House’s campaign is so much more than a traveling photo booth: spokesman R.C. Hammond said they “also have an online store where supporters can buy hats, shirts, and even a bandana for your dog.” A week ago, the campaign announced it had spent $200,000 more in February than it took in.

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