Huntsville, Alabama (CNN) - Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich will not vote in Tuesday's Republican primary in Virginia, where he is a resident but his name is not on the ballot.
Gingrich spokesman R.C. Hammond said the candidate, who is campaigning in Georgia and Alabama on Election Day, did not request an absentee ballot and did not plan to cast a ballot in person on Tuesday.
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Gingrich failed to get the required signatures to get his name as a candidate on Virginia's ballot.
His wife Callista also will not vote, Hammond said.
Virginia resident Rick Tyler, who is behind the pro-Gingrich super PAC Winning Our Future, voted in the primary even though his candidate was not on the ballot.
In an effort to keep votes away from presumed front-runner Mitt Romney, Tyler voted for Ron Paul. He told CNN he is "still queasy" about it.