Chris Christie & Garden State

Christopher James Chris Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th and current Governor of New Jersey. Garden State is the official nickname of the state of New Jersey in the United States. 5.0/5

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You know it's a presidential election cycle when a NJ governor holds a Garden State fundraiser for an Iowa senator
(Reuters) - New Jersey voters say the rest of the United States is not ready for a "Jersey Guy" president and neither is the Garden State, where Governor Chris Christie's presidential appeal continues to slide, a poll released on Thursday showed. A telephone poll of 1,340 registered New Jersey voter…
Christie approval rating at 48 percent in the Garden State -
"NJ had its credit rating cut by Standard & Poor's, handing Chris Christie his 8th downgrade, the most ever for a Garden State governor."
BattleFrog is truly honored to receive a letter from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie welcoming us to the Garden State!
SAYREVILLE – Gov. Chris Christie says a proposal to legalize marijuana in the Garden State making its way through the Legislature is dead on arrival.
By Brian Carey It looks like liberals are going to have to find another reason to hate New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. According to an internal review, the once immensely popular governor of the Garden State had no prior knowledge of the lane closures...
Tesla Motors launched an offensive on New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Tuesday accusing his administration of not acting in “good faith” as the company negotiated with officials to sell its cars in the Garden State.
With the Super Bowl in the Garden State this year, it should have been a great weekend for Chris Christie - but it didn't quite pan out that way.
Olympic Icon Carl Lewis Offers Unique Political Perspective On Chris Christie Monday, January 20, 2014 3:23 pm Written by: Jeff Fedotin Shortly before Carl Lewis officially entered the 2011 state Senate election for New Jersey's 8th legislative district -- a Republican stronghold located in Philadelphia's outer suburbs -- Gov. Chris Christie caught wind of the decision. The Republican governor of New Jersey then called Lewis, a Democrat and nine-time gold-medal-winning Olympian in April of 2011. "I'm going to come after you," said Christie, according to Lewis. The Christie administration said that a phone conversation took place but has denied that the governor tried to dissuade Lewis from running. But that alleged intimidation attempt from a powerful politician to one of the all-time greatest athletic competitors not only adds potential intrigue, it also speaks to the aggressive nature of legislation in the Garden State. “New Jersey politics is a full-contact sport,” said Ben Dworkin, political scien ...
“Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" took on the controversy around New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and "Trafficgate" with a parody version “Born to Run," the signature song of Garden State rocker Bruce Springsteen. Fallon performed the song with some help from the Boss himself.
The big story in New Jersey these days is "Bridgegate," so it's only fitting that the Garden State's biggest Boss weigh in on the controversy. Bruce Springsteen sang a very funny parody song poking fun at Chris Christie's ...
Former New Jersey Governor Richard Codey (D), who is also a longtime state senator from the Garden State, called "bulls**t" on current Gov. Chris Christie's claims that there may still have been a traffic study happening related to politically-motivated lane closures that caused major traffic in the...
Jon Stewart reacted to the big Chris Christie press conference Thursday night, and something that "the Garden State's second most important boss" said resona...
I see Chris Christie acting as if he were Tony Soprano or Nucky Thompson all the time, is it so hard to imagine him creating traffic gridlock by lane closures on important bridges inside the Garden State to bully political rivals? He is a bully..New Jersey justs works that way, greezballs!
What was the top Political Stories in NJ for 2013 TRENTON — It was a high-profile year for New Jersey politics — and we'd like to know what you think the top story was. As usual, Gov. Chris Christie made a lot of headlines in 2013. He took on Congress over Hurricane Sandy funding, underwent surprise weight-loss surgery, didn't renominate State Supreme Court Justice Helen Hoens as he and Democrats battled over nominees to the high court, argued with U.S. Sen. Rand Paul — and, of course, won a second term with a landslide victory over Democrat Barbara Buono. All of that has helped cause a wave of speculation over whether he'll be a contender for the Republican nomination for president in 2016. There were other big stories in the Garden State political scene. President Obama visited Asbury Park to survey the recovery from Sandy. U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg died in the middle of his fifth term. Newark Mayor Cory Booker and conservative activist Steve Lonegan battled to fill Lautenberg's seat — with Boo ...
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Governor Chris Christie is calling for expanding the Garden State's successful Drug Court program with mandatory treatment for non-violent, drug-addicted
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) joined the small number of Republicans supporting immigration reform, signing the Garden State's version of the DREAM Act into law Friday.
On election night, 2013, a CNN panel convened to discuss the ramifications of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie ?s reelection with the support of more than 60 percent of the Garden State?s voters.
Telegraph View: Republican Chris Christie won re-election as governor of New Jersey even though the Garden State...
There was little drama in the four key races we were watching Tuesday night. But the off-year elections were viewed as much for what they would say about next year's midterm elections and the next presidential contest in three years. Here are five things we learned Tuesday night: 1. Christie's words and numbers make a case for 2016 Chris Christie has more than New Jersey on his mind. In his re-election victory speech Tuesday night, the blunt-talking New Jersey Governor who's seriously considering a bid for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination touted his bipartisan successes in the Garden State. "I know tonight, a dispirited America, angry with their dysfunctional government in Washington, looks to New Jersey to say, 'Is what I think happening really happening? Are people really coming together? Are we really working, African-Americans and Hispanics, suburbanites and city dwellers, farmers and teachers? Are we really all working together?' " Christie said. "Let me give the answer to everyone who is watchin ...
Governor Chris Christie signed an Executive Order today that is sure to spark a debate in the Garden State. Executive Order No. 135 − Ordering all State
With the national spotlight once again focused on the Garden State's tough-talking governor, POLITICO's Alexander Trowbridge rounds up the top 5 Chris Christie moments.
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie is cashing in donations from top Democratic fundraisers and other traditionally liberal donors across the country, even nabbing the support of a handful of rainmakers aligned with President Obama and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, a Star-Ledger review of state and federal…
Sen. Frank Lautenberg’s death Monday morning sets up a complicated succession process that will have implications for two Garden State politicians widely believed to hold national ambitions: Gov. Chris Christie (R) and Newark Mayor Cory Booker (D).
Chris Christie has worked hard to develop a tough guy persona while serving as the Garden State's governor, often getting into shouting matches and promoting what he believes to be bold stands for reform. Despite this image, ESPN's Ian O'Connor argues that Christie is, for some reason, afraid of Rut...
Obama back in New Jersey with friend Chris Christie to survey Hurricane Sandy ... - Washington Post
CHRIS CHRISTIE SNUBBED BY CPAC - Though if there were ever a politician who could crash a political conference, shove the speaker off the stage and berate everyone in attendance... and not have his reputation change one bit, it'd be Chris Christie. NBC News: "At least eight potential presidential contenders will be speaking at CPAC: Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, and Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania... One potential 2016 hopeful who won't be there, however -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Despite being the keynote speaker at the Republican National Convention and having a sky-high approval rating in the Garden State, CPAC officials told First Read Christie was not invited. Christie rankled some on the right with his public support for President Obama's handling of Hurricane Sandy in the weeks leading up to the 2012 election." ...
(CNN) -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has filed documents to set in motion a run for re-election, a source close to the New Jersey Republican said Monday. Christie is currently serving his first term as the Garden State's governor. The gubernatorial election will take place in November 2013.
It would be the kind of off-year prizefight political reporters dream about: pugnacious New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie squaring off for reelection against Newark Mayor Cory Booker. But reporters shouldn’t start booking Garden State hotel rooms just yet. (PHOTOS: Cory Booker and Chris Christie)...
It would have seemed inconceivable even a week ago that President Obama and  New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie would find common cause. But there they were Wednesday afternoon, thrown together by Hurricane Sandy , touring the storm-beaten Garden State and looking like the sort of non-partisan...
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Chris Christie got a little nostalgic at a Tuesday press conference describing the devastation that took place along the Garden State's coast. He talked abou...
Oct. 28, 2012 The forecast for Hurricane Sandy remains grim, according to the National Weather Service. Sandy is "expected to bring life-threatening storm surge flooding to the Mid-Atlantic coast" as well as winds near hurricane force at landfall, says the service's National Hurricane Center in Miami, Fla. The storm has tracked up the East Coast and is currently about 260 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras, NC., and 395 miles south of New York City. Maximum sustained winds were clocked in at 75 mph, with higher gusts, and the storm is churning northeast at a steady 10 mph, the National Weather Service says. The center of the hurricane will move parallel to the southEast Coast of the United States today and tonight and start moving towards the coastal Mid-Atlantic states by Monday night. The leading edge of Sandy is forecast to hit the Garden State this afternoon, strengthening as it merges with a cold weather system to the west. On Saturday, Gov. Chris Christie declared a pre-emptive state of emergency. Sev ...
Current Jersey Governor Chris Christie remains popular in the Garden State but Newark Mayor Cory Booker could be...
Regarding the Republican National Convention last night.lets talk politics. Jeez how come I am a Jersey boy and I don't look like the Hindenburg? Not sure what New Jersey's 2 term limit Governor was all about. What was Chris Christie was trying to run homie with last night at the RNC(?,) it certainly was not what the Bodybuilder State aka Garden State, wants to portray. Why those huge stage monitors b ehind him showing a remake of an old Bruce Springsteen postcard of his album , 'Greetings from Asbury Park...'.was anything to be proud of Chris Christie ~who rather looked like a poster boy child for a backwoods Mississippi Walmart Frozen food aisle, Not a Belmar, or LBI lifeguard. (Not to mention is was the *** Democrat governor of Nj, it was in fact James McGreevey who rebuilt Asbury Park.)--Certainly not the anti union Chris Christie for no reason, claiming some kind of credit.) Not so sure Chrisie was a right pick for Romney if he wants to beat Obama and his all so thin "eat right" foods First Lady ...
Chris Christie - you are Gov of the "Garden State", not the Olive Garden State.my gawd!!!
Chris Christie represented the Olive Garden State so well tonight...
I like Chris Christie as Gov. Dude just needs to calm down eating. It's the Garden State, not the Olive Garden state.
Up next Chris Christie...the garden state gov !
Really proud to see that it was NJ pushing Mitt Romney over the top in delegates today. The roll call was in order and the Garden State's 50 delegates gave him enough for the nomination. Looking forward to hearing Chris Christie speak tonight. Potus radio on XM and cspan running 24/7.
Every time I see him,, I can not believe people voted for him! NJ is the Garden State,, and he is the HEAD FERTILIZER for sure!
As a one-time resident of the Garden State (Tara and I lived in NJ for two and a half years, admittedly somewhat of a counter-intuitive living experiment for us), I am always happy to see pugnacious *** Governor Chris Christie put in his place, but especially when the human embodiment of ...
“Even before it became clear that Mitt Romney would be the GOP presidential nominee, many wondered whether his most outspoken surrogate, Gov. Chris Christie, was angling for an invitation to run for vice president,” the Newark Star Ledger reports. “But there’s another high-profile role that could exploit the Garden State...
But can it happen here in the Garden State? Dream on.
Amazon.com has struck a deal with the state of New Jersey to open two fulfillment distribution centers in the Garden State and to begin charging sales taxes to New Jersey residents by July 1, 2013.
Chris Christie is a big fat homophobic slob. I'm not being critical. I'm just sayin'...
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From that far away galaxy of Garden State biparisanship, an inspired web video from Chris Christie and Cory Booker
Chris Christie – Faux Conservative? So…let’s all help our NJ State Ronald Reagan prove his conservative street cred by actually doing something. Please click the link below. The Governor has until May 10 to veto the first anchor of Obamacare that is about to land in our lap here in the Garden State. The “New Jersey Health Benefit Exchange Act,” passed the NJ State Legislature last month. It establishes Obamacare’s beuracratic health care exchanges in our state. The Governor has not said whether he will veto it or not.
Here's a very simple question for you; how's life in the Garden State treating you?
If Gov. Chris Christie want's to be V.P..he better take off some Lb's. Its called the Garden State not the Olive Garden State.
Jimmy Kimmel "Gov. Chris Christie is misunderstanding the NJ state motto...it's not the Olive Garden State"
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie made a huge impression at Israel’s Western Wall yesterday during his first official overseas trip as head of the Garden State.
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