If he does end up as the nominee
The stop at an old mill gucci handbags converted into a banquet hall in Concord came a few hours after Gingrich made a stop in Charlotte, where he said Romney was presumptuous to begin his head-to-head campaign against Obama while some states had yet to have their primaries. The former House speaker walked away from reporters when pressed about how long he would continue a debt-riddled campaign that has no plausible route to denying Romney the Republican nod. Romney spoke Tuesday in New Hampshire, the site of his first victory in the race for the nomination, and asked Americans to hang on a little longer. Gingrich hung his comeback hopes on a strong showing in Delaware and has spent considerable time there in recent weeks. Under pressure for some time to drop out of the race, he has not won a presidential primary since gucci shirts finishing first in his former home state of Georgia on March 6. Gingrich didn't directly mention Tuesday's results in his speech in Concord, but he told the crowd that Romney was going to "have a very good night" and was earning what he had worked to get for six years. "If he does end up as the nominee, I think every conservative in this country has to be committed to beating Barack Obama," Gingrich said. Earlier, one of Gingrich's daughters told MSNBC that the race remained fluid and that Gingrich wants to stay in because a dramatic shift could come at any time. "You never know what's going to happen tomorrow," Jackie Gingrich Cushman said. Despite trailing Romney in convention delegates 5-to-1, Gingrich has vowed to campaign until the party's late-summer convention in Florida. He has more than $4.3 million in debt. Bob Walker, a former congressman from Pennsylvania who served with Gingrich in the House and now chairs his presidential campaign, gucci bags said he thought Gingrich could do well in Delaware but acknowledged that a poor showing would force the campaign to make a decision about going forward. "What we want to do is build some momentum out of Delaware into North Carolina. But if the Delaware results don't fit that profile, we will reassess the situation," said Walker, who insisted that Romney had still not won over many conservatives.