Newt Gingrich said Tuesday night that his presidential campaign will continue after the New Hampshire primary and that he will "shock the country."
With 70 percent of precincts reporting, Gingrich is tied with Rick Santorum for fourth place in New Hampshire, which Gingrich called "step two of a long process."
The former House Speaker said he would be on the ground campaigning in South Carolina by Wednesday morning.
Gingrich said that he could "unify the country" and reverse many of President Obama's policies.
"If we had a Republican House, a Republican Senate and a Gingrich presidency, it would be amazing how much we could get done," he said.