Presidential candidates continue to trickle into Siouxland as we countdown to Tuesday's Iowa Caucuses. Thursday, Newt Gingrich talked to potential voters at his downtown Sioux City headquarters.
The Republican Presidential Candidate fielded questions As Gingrich travels the state he says Iowans care about jobs and the economy, ethanol and about national and international concerns like potential Iranian nuclear weapons.
And he thinks voters haven't made up their minds yet.
"A third to one half of Iowan citizens are undecided. They are going to walk in still open to go in a variety of directions and my job to give them over the next six days to give them, positive information about jobs and economic growth and to answer questions about all of the negative ads," said Newt Gingrich GOP Presidential Candidate.
Gingrich also responded to opponent Mitt Romney's criticism of his tax plan.
He says Romney's facts aren't correct and Romney doesn't understand economics.
Gingrich says his plan is a lot like President Reagan's plan.
"We have a real opportunity to create jobs and economic growth and we are doing it in a way, that I think will put so many people back to work that we will actually ultimately, lead to an increase in revenue," said Gingrich.
Gingrich also spoke to community and business members.
He also made stops in Storm Lake and Denison Thursday.