Chris Christie & Wisconsin Gov
Christopher James Chris Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th and current Governor of New Jersey. The Governor of Wisconsin is the highest executive authority in the government of the U.S. /5
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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie have all taken trips to London.
"Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker & Ohio Gov. John Kasich were in Las Vegas" Well now I know why Hoovers are $300 an hr
"Rand Paul was the big winner at this year’s gathering of conservative activists, taking 31 percent of the presidential straw poll." "The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) mock election, which totaled 2,459 votes and featured 25 names to choose from (plus the option of writing in favorites), is seen as a barometer of the conservative movement. It can also be a boost – or a disappointment – to presidential aspirants." "Trailing way behind Sen. Paul of Kentucky were Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas with 11 percent of the vote, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson with 9 percent, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie with 8 percent, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and former Sen. Rick Santorum with 7 percent each, and Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida with 6 percent."
MSNBC host Chris Hayes said on Wednesday that the revelation of tens of thousands of emails from a former staffer puts Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) in much the same boat as a fellow prospective GOP presidential candidate — his New Jersey counterpart, Chris Christie (R).
Two high-profile GOP governors say they’re standing by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as he faces scandal just weeks into his chairmanship of the Republican Governors Association. “I think the bottom line is, he stepped up,” Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said outside the White House…
Who would replace Chris Christie as the GOP establishment 2016 front-runner? If the political scandal enveloping New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) ends up derailing his 2016 White House dreams, there are several Republicans who could take over his spot as the preferred candidate of the GOP establishment. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) is probably best positioned to inherit the support of the GOP establishment, which encouraged Christie to run for president in 2012 and has been taken somewhat aback by the latest scandal. Bush has the advantage of being a two-term governor of a Swing State, and he holds the potential to attract the support of Latinos by having a Mexican-born wife and children of mixed descent. However, Bush’s baggage includes a family legacy that Republicans may want to move away from, and support of immigration proposals that many conservatives in his party flatly reject. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) is a conservative governor who won election in a blue state and even beat back a r ...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Many Republican activists, citing Congress' deep unpopularity, say they want a governor to be their next presidential nominee. The buzz centers on New Jersey's Chris Christie for now, but Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is using a national book tour to try to climb into the 2016 conver...
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With Gov. Chris Christie heading west to campaign for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, state Sen. Barbara Buono took a moment this week to inform New Jerseyans that the Badger State is leading the nation -- in job losses. A little more than a year after signing a bill restricting collective bargaining r...
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday reminded Wisconsin voters that the impact of the recall decision before them holds major national implications. "For the next five weeks, Wisconsin is going to be the center of the American political universe," Christie told supporters of Wisconsin Gov. Scot...
TRENTON — A year ago, Gov. Chris Christie emphasized how different his approach to pension and benefit reform was from Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s elimination of collective bargaining rights.
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