promoted by Rosi There's a myth out there, repeated often by Democrats endorsing Governor Chris Christie, that Christie is supportive of business in New Jersey. Apparently he's supportive of big business, ludicrously large malls andShow More Summary
Guest-host Jonathan Karl tried to get his panel on This Week going over the political ramifications of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's recent bipartisan tour...
Democrat Bill Clinton and Republican Chris Christie Friday shared a stage on the final day of the Clinton Global Initiative meeting in Chicago, where the former president praised the New Jersey governor for his "bipartisan" response to Superstorm Sandy.
If you needed further reassurance than Bruce Springsteen and his bandmates are treated like royalty in the Garden State, look into this little tidbit. Governor Chris Christie has signed a resolution to declare January 11th Clarence Clemons day after the late E-Street band member who passed away in 2011 at the age of 69. Show More Summary
(CNN) – In a rare bipartisan sit-down, former President Bill Clinton on Friday praised Republican Chris Christie - and his famous fleece - for the New Jersey governor’s continued rebuilding efforts following Superstorm Sandy. “The enduring image most Americans have of you is standing there in your jacket, grieving with your people, working with them […]
NEW YORK (Reuters) - New Jersey's State Supreme Court said on Friday it would hear a challenge to Governor Chris Christie's plan to hold a special election in October to fill the U.S. Senate seat left vacant by the death of Senator Frank Lautenberg.
A June 1 – 4, 2013, Gallup poll of the political landscape ahead of the 2016 presidential election shows that New Jersey’s outspoken Governor, Chris Christie, is America’s favorite Republican. Unfortunately for Christie, he is also Republicans least favorite Republican. Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to explain his declaration of a special election in a comedic "slow jam" performance.
MY PRINT column this week suggests that Chris Christie—the rumpled, swaggering, boastful, crafty, disarming, charming, bullying governor of New Jersey—embodies a bet that the Republican Party must develop a bipartisan appeal or perish. Show More Summary
Following in the footsteps of President Obama, Gov. Chris Christie has become the latest politician to pick up the microphone and “slow jam the news” with Jimmy Fallon on his late-night show. The New Jersey Governor used the R&B musical number last night as an opportunity to defend his decision to call a special election to fill late Sen. Show More Summary
It has become kind of a thing for late night talk show host Jimmy Fallon to invite an A-list politician onto his program to “slow jam” the news. The latest politician to take part? Popular New Jersey governor Chris Christie. Christie has been showing up everywhere lately, fueling rumors that he’s getting out there to [...]Show More Summary
"Slow Jam the News" welcomed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" on Wednesday.
The New Jersey governor responds, musically, to a Democratic lawsuit over his decision to call a special election to fill the late Frank Lautenberg's U.S. Senate seat. read more
Barack Obama, watch your back. Chris Christie has a new BFF: Jimmy Fallon. The New Jersey governor stopped by "Late Night" on Wednesday to perform...
(CNN) - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie dropped by NBC's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Wednesday to try his hand at "Slow Jamming the News" - a bit famously started by NBC newsman Brian Williams. And while a special Senate election may not sound like a natural topic for a slow jam, somehow it worked. […]
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been taking some serious heat for his decision to hold a special election to fill the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg’s (D-NJ) seat. So there was really only one way for him to properly communicate his reasoning to voters. Christie followed in his good friend President Obama's footsteps Wednesday night and Slow Jammed The News with Jimmy Fallon.
Last week, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie scheduled the election to replace the late-Senator Frank Lautenberg for October, which — under state law — means that both parties must hold their primaries in August. So far, four Democrats have announced … Continue reading ?
Governor Chris Christie has appointed New Jersey Attorney General Jeff Chiesi to replace the late Frank Lautenberg. Chiesa will hold the Senate post through a special election, scheduled for October. He said he will not be a candidate for the position in a campaign that is to begin when nominating petitions are filed this Monday. [...]
New Jersey Republican Governor Chris Christie named New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa as the state's new interim senator. Chiesa will fill the seat of the late Frank Lautenberg until residents elect a new Senator in a special election in October. Show More Summary
On Thursday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) tapped his attorney general, Jeffrey Chiesa, to fill the Senate seat vacated Monday by the death of Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D). "I said on Monday that I was going to select the person who I thought would be the best person to represent New Jersey between now and Oct. Show More Summary