The Republican Governors Association has entered the race to succeed term-limited Gov. Chris Christie with an ad taking aim at Democrat Phil Murphy. Murphy is leading in polls and fundraising … Click to Continue »
Former Morning Joe ep and co-creator Chris Licht was in attendance, and could be seen shaking hands with New Jersey governor Chris Christie, among others.
During this morning's "Morning Joe" 10-year anniversary show, Joe Scarborough sat mute while Chris Christie whined. You know, because Rachel Maddow was so mean to him by reporting on the Bridgegate scandal. The lowest polling governor...Show More Summary
The Latest on New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's anti-drug addiction efforts (all times local): 12:15 p.m. Gov. Chris Christie says New Jersey will spend another $200 million on drug addiction … Click to Continue »
Motorists will not face a gasoline tax increase in New Jersey. NJ.com (http://bit.ly/2w3luRC ) reports the petroleum products gross receipts tax rate schedule indicates Republican Gov. Chris Christie's administration is … Click to Continue »
Gov. Chris Christie outlined in an interim opioid commission report to President Donald Trump that the "first and most urgent" recommendation was to declare a national emergency, but the effort … Click to Continue »
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says pharmaceutical companies have agreed to work on nonaddictive pain medications and additional treatments to deal with opioid addiction. The Republican governor made the announcement … Click to Continue »
Gov. Chris Christie is planning to spend $200 million on new initiatives that he hopes will significantly improve the way the state approaches substance abuse treatment and prevention. Christie told … Click to Continue »
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie will announce this week $200 million in new initiatives to target the opioid crisis, primarily designed to overhaul addiction services, as he makes a final push on the issue he hopes will define his legacy. In a 90-minute interview with NJ Advance Media on...
It would take a long combination of events, but, yes, Chris Christie could possible arrange a Senate seat for himself. Voters are not enthused.
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie’s infamous beach photos sparked a wave of jokes across the internet and late-night talk shows this summer. Now they’re being parodied in a campaign ad. Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop, a rising Democratic star who considered running for governor this...
The mayor of Jersey City took a jab at Gov. Chris Christie’s day at the beach during a government shutdown over the summer in his new ad.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is dismissing Steve Bannon’s claim that he lost a spot in Donald Trump’s administration by failing to defend the future president following the release of the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape.
After former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon claimed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie lost his shot at a cabinet job because of he criticized the President after the Access Hollywood tape came out, Christie fought back.In anShow More Summary
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop released an amazing web ad differentiating between his day at the beach on the job with Gov. Chris Christie’s. Watch:
If you walk by Chris Christie’s home GOP clubhouse, there’s a sign on the front door that makes everybody behind the door look like an asshole. This is 26 Schuyler Place, Morristown; photographed a few days ago by Siva Jonnada of NJ...Read more
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) has a lot to say about former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is dismissing former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon’s claim that his failure to defend Donald Trump following the release of the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape cost him a Cabinet position.
"Now that he's been fired, no one is really going to care about anything else Steve Bannon has to say."
Politico reports: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie ripped into Steve Bannon on Monday, mocking the fired White House aide as a powerless figure who was looking for his “last 15 minutes of fame” during a “60 Minutes” interview that aired Sunday. Show More Summary