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Concord, N.C. (WBTV) -- Newt Gingrich isn't suspending his campaign. The former Speaker of the House made that clear Tuesday night in Concord in front of a cheering crowd of supporters.
Gingrich made an appeared at the Vintage Car Club in Concord and spoke for about 20 minutes.
Although political analysts predicted he would drop out if he didn't do well in Tuesday's primaries in several northern states, Gingrich did not.
"I want you to know over the next few days we're going to look realistically at where we're at," said Gingrich. "We have worked very hard. We've had a lot of support from amazing number of people."
While Gingrich was very candid about how well his opponent, Mitt Romney did in Tuesday's primaries and said, " Governor Romney is going to have a very good night," he said, "there is still work to be done."
He has nearly two dozen appearances across North Carolina over the next several days.
Gingrich told the crowd he will be present at everyone and said, " we have a lot of support here in North Carolina and we're going to be talking to a lot of folks about where we are realistically."
Supporters of Gingrich told WBTV they will be rooting for him until the very end.
"I don't know what he's going to do," said Liz Miller, a small business owner and long-time supporter. "I hope he stays in. I really believe in him."
Ron Greer, another supporter agreed and said, "I'm with Newt until the end."
However, Greer did express concern about Gingrich's measured words regarding the future of his campaign.
"I'm a little leery of the comments he made about Gov. Romney doing well in the northern states and saying we may have to support whoever the nominee is," he said. "I guess we'll have to but I'm still behind Newt all the way."
Gingrich spent about 15 minutes after his speech greeting supporters, hearing their concerns and taking pictures.
He didn't not take any questions from WBTV or any other media at the event.