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promoted by Rosi Governor Christie, our Governor who thought New Jerseyans wouldn't mind him being constantly out of the state while he lays the groundwork for his 2016 Presidential run, found out, yet again, that just because he wills something doesn't mean it comes true. Show More Summary
Jeb Bush isn't going to Rep. Steve King's crazy summit. Neither is Mitt or Marco Rubio. Chris Christie is attending (though no one can imagine why). Anyone who goes will share the stage with past Iowa caucus winners and ultimate nomination...Show More Summary
If you believe the poll numbers, Chris Christie's chances to win the Republican presidential nomination are small. Whichever poll you read, he's rarely in the upper tier of GOP wannabes. But what the voters think doesn't matter much....Show More Summary
TRENTON — It seems everybody wants to give Gov. Chris Christie a gift. Since he took office five years ago, the governor has been the recipient of more than 1,100 gifts, according to records kept by his office. They include books and DVDs, T-shirts and paperweights, tie clips and even boxing gloves. And they come [...]
Chris Christie scheduled to make rare trip to New Jersey tomorrow morning for a summit in Atlantic City. — @Olivianuzzi Asbury Park Press: New Jersey's governor and potential GOP presidential contender is having trouble in his home state,...Show More Summary
Chris Christie is truly amazing. His response to the State of the Union was short and sweet:"I thought it was a bit disconnected from reality, but not least bit surprised. It was a campaign speech."Yes, the master of the Jersey Comeback,...Show More Summary
Christie this morning, hobnobbing with House Republicans at a private event in Washington D.C.. What he said about Obama's SOTU: "I thought it was a bit disconnected from reality, but not least bit surprised. It was a campaign speech."...Show More Summary
Cross-posted with Jersey Jazzman. Here at Blue Jersey, "interested observer" finds proof that Chris Christie wasn't telling the truth when he said he only met Cowboys owner Jerry Jones in 2013. It turns out this past December Christie...Show More Summary
A new CBS poll has the New Jersey governor battling Sarah Palin for the basement. …29% of Republicans would like to see Christie run for the Republican nomination for president. But 44% say no. Only former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s numbers are more underwater: 30% of Republicans say they’d like to see her run, but [...]
If Chris Christie didn't meet Jerry Jones until 2013, why was Jones calling Christie in 2009 If it benefits Christie to fib, he'll fib. CNN: Timeline: Chris Christie and Jerry Jones and why you should care. Christie, Camden's savior? Not so fast. Show More Summary
If you believe the Governor as of the other day, he didn't meet Jerry Jones until 2013, after he had already written a letter with NY Governor Cuomo recommending Jone's company for a contract with the Port Authority:"Jerry Jones and I first met in September of 2013," Christie said on his monthly radio call-in show on New Jersey 101.5. Show More Summary
America, take note: Chris Christie has accomplished little as governor, most NJ residents say in poll. NJ unions back in court today fighting Christie's pension cuts Oral arguments in Judge Mary Jacobson's court 10am, with her decision expected as early as today. Show More Summary
Following yesterday's presidential campaign kickoff in Trenton, Montclair State Political Science Professor Brigid Harrison was asked about whether Chris Christie could ethically accept certain campaign contributions while he is still governor. Here is her answer.
"... who always put New Jersey first. Or at least second..." Damn. The video came annotated, with links to Gov. Christie's many and specific failures. Well-done, DNC.
Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ), the supposed "team mojo" for the Dallas Cowboys, didn't do much for the team on Sunday when they lost a Superbowl bid to the Green Bay Packers. That's a disappointing loss to Christie, who of course traveled to Wisconsin to watch the game. Show More Summary
promoted by Rosi NJ Watchdog found out through an OPRA request that Chris Christie has spent more than a million dollars for travel for his security detail on trips unrelated to his official duties as Governor. That's 1800 percent more than in the same period of time before Christie took office. Show More Summary
No putative candidate for the Republican 2016 presidential race has so captured the attention of the public as Chris Christie. As many as a dozen Republicans appear interested in the job but none can claim as much ink, video, internet coverage or publicity as our governor. Show More Summary
So many evens that I cannot. To the Editor and staff of the Trentonian: I resent Chris Christie as much as the next New Jerseyan. But this is unnecessary. hat/tip Jim Romenesko.
For the five years he has held office, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has not declared any gifts on his annual financial disclosure forms. Christie's 2010 executive order says the governor may accept gifts paid for by "personal friends," though the rules don't define that term. Show More Summary