Chris Christie & Jersey City

Christopher James Chris Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th and current Governor of New Jersey. Jersey City is the seat of Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. 5.0/5

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Jim McGreevey, Mike Tyson to salute Chris Christie at Jersey City confab
Don't forget.. Chris Christie sued the NYPD to stop investigations into Mosques in Jersey City .
I'm tired of looking for a job there in New Jersey the governor is not helping as when Chris Christie was running for office he cared for the NJ residents but now he could care less there used to be 2 Rapid Realty locations in the Jersey City area but it got wiped out by supper storm Sandy in 2012 he used to say that New Jersey is better then it was he is wrong he should visit the many that don't have a home I'm glad I did not vote for him as he is a joke as there are no good jobs that pay more then minimum wage it's $8.25 it should be raised to $15 that would be a wage that works better but the republicans in the senate said now it would ruin the economy as they are wrong in November the house will be in the democrats control and keep the senate and keep the White House in 2016. My luck has to change I need to get a job that pays $15 per hour or more I'm looking for maintenance janitor jobs in NYC only or maybe the Jersey City that's near NYC I've looked everywhere I'm running out of places to look I hav ...
PARTING SHOT. Troubles keep mounting for Chris Christie. On top of the bridge scandal, the Mayor of Jersey City says he was cut off for meetings with the governor once he refused to endorse him for re-election. And now the Mayor of Hoboken claims she was told her city would get no Hurricane Sandy relief money unless she supported one of the governor’s pet projects. Who knows whether these charges are true? But, rather than refute them, Christie’s decided to wage an all-out political campaign. On two fronts. First, he’s sent Rudy Giuliani out to blame all of Christie’s troubles on the Democratic Party – which, he says, is afraid of Christie and trying to undermine his 2016 presidential campaign. Then, he’s directed his own staff to blame it all on the media – Shades of Spiro Agnew! – especially MSNBC. Both of which lines of attack are ridiculous. Democrats did not orchestrate Chris Christie’s problems. And neither did MSNBC. These wounds are self-inflicted. I’ve got a better idea. Inste ...
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Chris Christie may have cut Jersey City and Hoboken off from Sandy relief meetings and money as a result of the mayor not end…
Big win for Chris Christie in Jersey City mayor's race. Strong ties to Fulop despite no formal endorsement.
SITUATION REPORT # 33.5 New Jersey STATE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER November 11, 2012, 5:00 PM PATH Service Newark Penn and NYC Ending a major inconvenience for thousands of commuters, PATH rail service will resume Monday at 5 a.m. between the Newark Penn and Harrison stations to 33rd Street in Manhattan, according to a joint statement issued today by Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey and Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York. Trains will run in both directions until 10 p.m., according to the announcement. PATH service had been suspended in that area since Hurricane Sandy struck on Oct. 29. The temporary line will include stops at the Journal Square, Grove Street and Newport stations in Jersey City and at the 14th, 23rd and 33rd street stations in Manhattan. Trains will bypass Christopher and 9th streets in New York and passengers with disabilities will have access to the platforms only at Newark Penn, Journal Square and 33rd Street. PATH service had previously been restored between Journal Square and 33rd Stree ...
Saturday November 3rd 2012, My heart and prayers goes out to all of the victims devasted by Hurricane Sandy. The hurricane has changed many people lives forever. As a resident of Jersey City, I want to talk about the response and how I thought it was handled. First off, I would like to thank the federal government for their assistance to the State of New Jersey. President Barack Obama was very accessible and helped out New Jersey a lot dealing with the Hurricane and its aftermath. I also want to thank Governor Chris Christie for making sure residents were safe. A big special thanks to our first responders. They risked their lives and make sure residents were protected. I also would like to thank NJ Senator Joe Kyrillos of the 8th District for helping residents as well and was accessible. Now to Jersey City local leadership; it was a joke. Mayor Healy was barely seen during the storm. Many residents were fed up with the lack of communication plus receiving it too late. He also wanted residents to follow a ...
Christie, in Jersey City to open health clinic, won't commit to re-election bid: Gov. Chris Christie analyzed the...
Chris Christie can cut them a good deal via tax incentive to move to Jersey City.
Flags to be flown at half-staff in honor of Jersey City soldier killed in Afghanistan: Gov. Chris Christie last...
Three Hudson County attorneys are among the seven lawyers nominated by Gov. Chris Christie to become state Superior Court judges in a confirmation process that can take months, The Jersey Journal reports. Among those nominated are Mirtha Ospina of Hoboken, Joseph A. Turula of Jersey City, and John A...
Two prisoners with Hudson County convictions are listed as having escaped from an Essex County halfway house and the state Department of Corrections is seeking the public’s help in locating them, officials said. Julius Harley, 44, formerly of Bidwell Avenue in Jersey City, is listed as having...
Gov. Christie, athletes attend opening of new 4-acre park in Jersey City's Newport section: Gov. Chris Christie and...
Stephen King, there's nothing worse than Jersey City Applebee's, except possibly Chris Christie in it.
Share/Save St. Anthony’s High School basketball coach Bob Hurley will be among those inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame this year, Gov. Chris Christie announced today. Hurley, who was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2010, has amassed 26 state championships and ...
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