By David Madden
HADDONFIELD, N.J.– For months, members of the media have been asking New Jersey Governor Chris Christie about a possible spot on the Republican Presidential ticket and Christie’s been pretty clear on where he stands. But it appears reporters aren’t the only ones wondering about Christie’s future.
Christie held a town hall meeting in Haddonfield this week and a Glassboro resident asked him not to accept an invitation from presumptive GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney to be his running mate in the fall.
Once the applause died down, the Governor said his sentiments haven’t changed much since he rejected overtures from his party to run for President.
“You all took a chance on me and I just didn’t feel it. It didn’t feel right to me to leave. It just didn’t feel right. It still doesn’t feel right.”
Now Christie says if Romney were to call and ask, he’ll listen. But he expects to remain in Trenton where he insists there’s still a lot of work left to do.
He’s been telling reporters the same thing from the beginning.