WASHINGTON (WKOW) -- Newt Gingrich's daughter says her father will "reassess" his campaign after the votes are tallied in Delaware Tuesday night, potentially setting the stage for his exit from the Republican presidential race.
Jackie Gingrich Cushman said Tuesday on MSNBC that the former House speaker's campaign has slimmed down but is still winning over voters who aren't yet sold on Mitt Romney, who has effectively clinched the GOP presidential nomination.
Despite trailing Romney in convention delegates and fundraising, Gingrich has vowed to campaign until the party's late-summer convention in Florida.
Gingrich is carrying more than $4.3 million in debt and has been spending more money than he is taking in.
Delaware, along with New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island or Pennsylvania are holding GOP presidential primaries Tuesday.
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