Atlanta (CNN) – Newt Gingrich is looking beyond Super Tuesday as his rivals keep their focus on the biggest day so far in the race for the Republican presidential nomination. At stake, 419 delegates.
Gingrich heads to Alabama early this afternoon for two campaign events before returning to Atlanta for Election Night. The former House speaker is expected to easily win his home state of Georgia, which he has said is crucial to his campaign for the nomination. But Gingrich's decision to campaign in Alabama, which holds a primary next week, is a clear sign the former speaker has no intention of dropping out of the race even if he performs poorly outside of Georgia.
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Meanwhile, Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney are battling for every vote in Ohio and Ron Paul spends the day in Idaho and North Dakota. This morning, Gingrich, Romney and Santorum addressed the American Israel Public Affairs Committee – Santorum did so in person, the others by satellite.
Want to see what the candidates are saying on the campaign trail? Watch the following events live at cnn.com/live.
12 p.m. ET: Wolf Blitzer moderates a Super Tuesday roundtable. Watch here.
1:15 p.m. ET: President Obama holds a news conference at the White House. Watch here.
1:30 p.m. ET: Newt Gingrich holds a campaign event in Huntsville, Alabama. Watch here.
6 p.m. ET: Live coverage from the candidates' campaign headquarters as results come in from the states taking part in primaries and caucuses. Watch here.
6:30 p.m. ET: Rep. Ron Paul speaks to a caucus in Fargo, North Dakota. Watch here.
7:30 p.m. ET: Newt Gingrich attends an Election Night viewing party in Atlanta. Watch here.
8 p.m. ET: Rick Santorum attends an Election Night viewing party in Steubenville, Ohio. Watch here.
9:30 p.m. ET: Mitt Romney attends an Election Night viewing party in Boston. Watch here.