With less than three weeks to go until Georgians cast their ballots for the Republican nominee, the state's campaign trail is suddenly getting crowded.
Newt Gingrich will spend two days campaigning in the state beginning with a rally in Peachtree City Friday night. The former House speaker represented a suburban Atlanta district for two decades in Congress and holds a lead in the state according to a recent poll.
Rick Santorum, surging after a trio of wins in recent weeks, will be in Georgia on Sunday night when he'll address a rally at First Redeemer Church in Cumming.
Mitt Romney headlined a rally in Atlanta last week.
With 76 delegates, Georgia is Super Tuesday's biggest prize. Ten states will vote March 6.