Gingrich Campaign Bounces Check To Get On Utah Ballot
Newt Gingrich reacted to Rick Santorum dropping out of the race by appealing to Santorum supporters to take another look at him, but his campaign appears to be in more serious financial trouble than previously known:
Five Republicans have filed the necessary papers and $500 fee to qualify for the June 26 Utah presidential primary election, but with Rick Santorum dropping out of the race Tuesday, only four will be on the ballot.
Or possibly three.
Newt Gingrich’s check bounced.
Utah Elections Director Mark Thomas said a designated agent for the Gingrich campaign brought the filing papers and a check for $500 in March, but the state was notified by the bank that the check had bounced. He said the office has tried to contact the Gingrich campaign through the telephone number and email provided on the application, but has not received a response.
Recently, the state sent a certified letter to the campaign, stating that if the fee isn’t paid by April 20, Gingrich will be disqualified and will not be on the ballot.
Dude, if you’re bouncing $500 checks, it’s over.