Once a rising Republican star, the New Jersey governor has seen his reputation tarnished by the Bridgegate scandal.
Weeks after New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was dismissed as head of Donald Trump's transition team, New Jersey voters handed him the lowest approval rating for any governor in more than 20 years of Quinnipiac University polling. In the poll, 77 percent disapprove of his job performance and only 19 percent approve. Show More Summary
Governor Chris Christie was mortally wounded by Bridgegate, cast aside by Donald Trump, and now rejected by his voters back home in New Jersey. MSNBC’s Steve...
Th New Jersey governor has the lowest rating ever in a Quinnipiac University poll.
Chris Christie, the embattled Republican governor of New Jersey, has the lowest approval rating for a state governor ever measured by the Quinnipiac University Poll. A whopping 77% of New Jersey voters disapprove of the job Christie is doing as governor, according to the poll, while only 19% of voters approve. Show More Summary
He has the lowest approval rating for any state governor in more than 20 years
Where’s Chris? Former Republican Governor’s Association Chair Chris Christie may be in line to lead the Republican National Committee. Christie, a former presidential candidate, Trump toadie, and part-time New Jersey governor would be the first New Jerseyan to head the...Read more
A New Jersey judge on Friday declined to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate a citizen’s criminal complaint against Governor Chris Christie over the “Bridgegate” lane-closure scandal, saying private citizens do not have the legal standing to make such a request. The ruling...
NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—A once-prominent political career came to a shocking end on Friday as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was arrested for keying the limo of President-elect Donald J. Trump.
New Jersey’s governor may be pushing hard to be the next Republican National Committee chairman, but the president-elect appears to have other ideas.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, an early supporter of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, is considering a run to lead the Republican National Committee, Politico reported on Thursday. Reuters could not immediately confirm the report, and representatives for Christie did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Show More Summary
The New Jersey governor doesn’t want ot be full-time governor anymore. Christie told senior members of Donald Trump’s presidential transition team on Thursday morning that he is interested in the post, according to three sources familiar with the talks. The governor has been a longtime supporter of Trump, but has had a rocky relationship with [...]
Wow. Talk about a desperation move. Chris Christie, a failed presidential candidate, a failed suck-up to Donald Trump and now a failing Governor with no prospects on the horizon is now looking to the Chairman of the Republican National Committee: New Jersey Gov. Show More Summary
The request by William J. Brennan, who filed a citizen complaint against the New Jersey governor, was assailed in court on Wednesday by lawyers for Mr. Christie and other state officials.
The Wall Street Journal reports that a Bergen County superior court judge heard argument on November 30 about whether to appoint a special prosecutor to handle an official misconduct complaint against Governor Chris Christie stemming from the George Washington Bridge lane closures incident. Show More Summary
TRENTON, N.J. — In what has become a rare occurrence lately, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie made an announcement Tuesday at the Statehouse, where he reiterated that he isn’t planning to leave his job as governor of New Jersey. But the Republican governor will leave the Statehouse — in order...
Governor Christie took an oath to serve the people of New Jersey. That he broke it is his disgrace. But, if we allow him to get away with breaking it, the disgrace will also be ours. The post The Case to Impeach Chris Christie appeared first on Shadowproof.
Christmas came early for some taxpayers in New Jersey and Pennsylvania this year: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) has announced that he will not end the income tax reciprocity agreement with Pennsylvania. Earlier this year, Governor Christie announced that he would end the 38-year-old agreement with the Keystone State that allows New Jersey and […]
Five months ago, in A Not So Hidden Tax Increase?, I commented on the decision by New Jersey’s Governor Chris Christie to explore the termination of the income tax reciprocity agreement between New Jersey and Pennsylvania. I explained...Show More Summary
Governor Christie’s dismissal from the president-elect’s transition team was weeks in the making, according to interviews with people close to the governor and the campaign.