Gingrich back in 'burbs, U of C
A year after his tour-de-burbs during his presidential primary bid, Newt Gingrich is back. The former House speaker Monday attended a fundraiser for McHenry County sheriff hopeful Bill Prim at Bull Valley Country Club in Woodstock . Tickets were $500 a pop. Tuesday, he's speaking at David Axelrod's new Institute of Politics at the University of Chicago. Gingrich and his wife, Callista, will at 7 p.m. Wednesday stop at Anderson's Bookshop in downtown Naperville to promote their new books. Callista Gingrich wrote "Land of the Pilgrim's Pride," a children's book about the country, and Newt authored "Victory at Yorktown," a historical novel. Anderson's is located at 123 W. Jackson Ave.