New Jersey lawmakers' efforts to move forward on legalizing marijuana have failed to convince Gov. Chris Christie to get behind the effort, further underscoring the likelihood that the next governor … Click to Continue »
In an amazingly candid and revealing statement, Chris Christie declared that he doesn’t care about the opinion of anyone who doesn’t vote for Governor in New Jersey. This would, if true, include out-of-state business owners, non-naturalized immigrants, unregistered voters, current...Read more
A week ago, New Jersey governor Chris Christie co-hosted “Boomer & Carton” on WFAN and told co-host, Craig Carton, that he would allow Carton to throw a pool party at his Governor’s mansion. Now Christie is going back on that promise. Show More Summary
Gov. Chris Christie (R), the least popular governor in New Jersey history, says he doesn’t care what people think of him because he’s not running for office. Said Christie: “The poll that matters is when people actually go in and [....
President Trump's nominee to become the next FBI director has billed New Jersey taxpayers $2.1 million while representing Governor Chris Christie in connection with the Bridgegate investigations. [ more › ]
Hey, if you were him, you’d be disgruntled too. Earlier this month, disgraced New Jersey Governor Chris Christie chewed out the man now expected to succeed him as the Garden State’s CEO: Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday gave a full-throttled attack against the person that polls show is the most likely to replace him, blasting... Read more »
A political meltdown. “New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) has the lowest approval rating of any governor in the country over the past 20 years, according to a new poll released Wednesday.” Now they have to repair their decrepit brand. “Fox News Shedding ‘Fair & Balanced’ Slogan Because It’s Too Closely Associated With Roger Ailes.” Maybe they’ll […]
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie’s polling woes are not getting better — they’re getting worse. The two-term governor hit another historic low, with 81 percent of New Jersey voters disapproving of the job he’s doing — including a majority, 58 percent, of...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie just broke a new record.
The New York Daily News reports: How low can Chris Christie go? Not any lower, according to history. Christie now has the lowest approval rating of any New Jersey governor — ever, a Quinnipiac University poll out Wednesday showed. Just...Show More Summary
A new Quinnipiac poll finds Gov. Chris Christie (R) now has the lowest approval rating of any New Jersey governor in recorded history, 15% to 81%.
Not just New Jersey
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says sports betting at Monmouth Park Racetrack would be "open inside a week" if the U.S. Supreme Court relaxes a ban. The Republican says the … Click to Continue »
Christopher Wray, a former senior justice department official, may face scrutiny over his work as an attorney for Chris Christie, the New Jersey governor who chaired Trump’s transition team. After Donald Trump’s abrupt firing of theShow More Summary
James Comey hasn’t even testified yet, and already the Trump administration and its supporters are playing defense. To that end, the team trotted out Republican New Jersey governor (and former Trump campaign transition chairman) Chris...Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie defended President Trump on MSNBC this afternoon in response to the prepared James Comey testimony released today.
The Latest on the New Jersey governor's race (all times local): 1:40 p.m. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie downplayed any role he might play in the political campaign to succeed … Click to Continue »
Christopher Wray also served as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's personal lawyer during an investigation into lane closings on the George Washington Bridge.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — President Donald Trump and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie won't be on the ballot in New Jersey this fall, but the newly minted Democratic and Republican nominees for governor and their parties are transforming one...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie won't be on the ballot in New Jersey this fall, but the newly minted Democratic and Republican nominees for governor and … Click to Continue »