Newt Gingrich, longtime Georgia congressman and former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, isn’t one to pull his punches. He also maintains a deep interest in Georgia politics. In this context, as he looks to the May GOP gubernatorial primary, he says former U.S. Sen. David Perdue is “the closest parallel Georgia has to Glenn Youngkin (who beat the Democratic candidate for governor in Virginia).”

He believes “Georgians need a unifier (Perdue) who can help lead the state to a better future.” And Gingrich lays out scenarios. 

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