Chris Christie is still dealing with the backlash from Bridgegate. Is Teslagate next?
When New Jersey Governor Chris Christie revealed his proposed budget for the next year, small-government proponents decried the largest-ever payout to public pensions. As the state continues to parse through the proposal, some are objecting to the increase in taxes on e-cigarettes that will make them as expensive as the real thing. Show More Summary
“We don’t have an income inequality problem, we have an opportunity problem in this country because government’s trying to control the free market,” New Jersey Governor Chris Christie told CPAC last week. “We need to talk about the fact that we’re for a free-market society that allows your effort and your ingenuity to determine your...
Yet another step in the political deflation of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is underway — and it’s a potentially big one. Christie had shot up in the polls due to his handling of Hurricane Sandy and his willingness to work with President Barack Obama in a bipartisan way. “Bridgegate” has undermined his image of [...]
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s approval rating has hit an all-time low, according to a new poll.
Tesla thought it had a deal with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. But Christie has apparently decided pull a switcharoo at the last minute.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has suddenly had a change of heart about Tesla's push for a direct sales model in the state.
(Reuters) - Tesla Motors Inc said New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's administration was pushing forward with a regulation that would hamper sales in the state by forcing the electric-car company to use dealers instead of selling directly to customers...
TRENTON, New Jersey (Reuters) - Lawyers for former top aides to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie were in court on Tuesday to explain why they have not turned over records and documents to investigators of a traffic scandal that has threatened the Rep...
Tesla Motors launched an offensive on New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Tuesday accusing his administration of not acting in "good faith" as the company negotiated with officials to sell its cars in the Garden State. According to aShow More Summary
Luxe electric car company Tesla Motors unleashed a blog post and series of tweets Tuesday accusing the administration of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie of not acting in "good faith" as the company attempts to bring its direct sales model to the Garden State. Show More Summary
Flickr/Newshour New Jersey governor Chris Christie at the Republican National Convention in 2012 F or those anxiously awaiting the emergence of a less-extreme Republican Party, 2014 got off to a depressing start. The Bridgegate scandal...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie casts himself as a straight-talking everyman, but as scandal swirls around his administration, the number of state voters who see him as trustworthy has fallen dramatically, a poll said on Tuesday...
On Sunday's NBC Meet the Press, host David Gregory wondered if New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's 2016 presidential chances were "done" following the bridgegate scandal. In response, National Journal's Ron Fournier cited Christie's...Show More Summary
With New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in Georgia Friday fundraising for Governor Nathan Deal, the Democratic Governors Association released a web video mocking both Republicans for their recent traffic troubles. The video highlights...Show More Summary
New Jersey governor Chris Christie got a great reception at CPAC 2014, which is quite a comeback, considering he wasn't invited last time. This might be partially due to a circling of conservative wagons, as Christie is widely seen as victim of a huge media double standard. Show More Summary
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland (Reuters) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie urged conservative activists on Thursday to talk about what they are for, not just what they are against, and said Republicans need to focus on winning elections in addition to pr...
Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie did not directly reference the "Bridgegate" scandal swirling around his administration when he spoke at the Conservative Political Action conference in National Harbor, Md. Thursday. However, Christie did have some harsh words for the media in his speech. Show More Summary
Appearing at the CPAC conference today, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie restated his pro-life views and said that Republicans should not apologize for having a pro-life position on abortion because they are more tolerant than Democrats. “Twice, for the first time since Roe, New Jersey has elected a pro-life governor,” Christie said, referring to himself […]
During his address to the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie argued that Republicans can't just be against things, they also need to be for things. "Our ideas are better than their ideas, and that's what we have to stand up for," he said to applause from the crowd.