After a disappointing loss in New Hampshire Tuesday, NJ Gov. Chris Christie said he will return to the Garden State Wednesday to wait for the final results of the primary election to be tallied before deciding on whether to continue seeking the 2016 GOP nomination for the presidential race.
While campaigning for president at a town hall meeting in New Hampshire Monday night, Gov. Chris Christie called North Wildwood Mayor Patrick Rosenello “crazy” because the mayor claimed that flooding in his Cape May County town was worse after the recent weekend snow storm than it was …
With most of New Jersey now under a blizzard watch for this weekend, Gov. Chris Christie plans to remain on the campaign trail in New Hampshire, rather than making his way back to the Garden State as the storm approaches.
Tuesday afternoon, Gov. Chris Christie is scheduled to give the annual State of the State address. The latest Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll released hours before the big speech revealed the governor’s popularity is near an all-time low.
Gov. Chris Christie spent 261 days outside of New Jersey in 2015 as he campaigned for president according to a Wall Street Journal report. He is expected to be in New Jersey on Jan. 12, 2016 because that’s the day he is scheduled to deliver the annual State of the State Address.
Gov. Chris Christie trails GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump by 15 percentage points in the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary, but that’s good enough for second place according to the latest WBUR/MassINC poll.
Despite his increasing popularity in New Hampshire, Gov. Chris Christie is not exactly winning over voters in his home state. The latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll shows that the governor's approval rating has slipped to it's lowest level to date.