Tampa, Florida (CNN) - Newt Gingrich reached his $2 million goal Monday morning, mostly through an online 'money bomb' fundraising push, press secretary R.C. Hammond said.
The campaign kicked off its latest fundraising boost on Saturday after the former House speaker's decisive win in South Carolina.
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Hammond said they pulled in $1.7 million from online donations. The rest came from contributions that were called in or sent by mail.
On Tuesday, the campaign began airing "The Moment," a 30-second television commercial that first ran last week in South Carolina and includes snippets of Gingrich's debate performances last week.
Hammond said the television spot will air throughout Florida on broadcast and cable, except for the Miami market and on Fox News.