WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain acknowledges he may be the "flavor of the month," but promises that voters will find that there's "more to that flavor than meets the eye."
Cain's campaign has gained momentum since his victory Saturday in Florida's straw poll.
He told CBS' "Early Show" on Wednesday that a "massive citizens' movement," with "every organization mobilizing its members," is helping his campaign. He also said the Internet is helping more voters find out about his message.
Cain said voters are "thinking for themselves" even though rivals Rick Perry and Mitt Romney have gotten most of the attention. He said that "in Florida, voters decided the winner, not the media."