This time last year, the governor was cruising to a re-election landslide. His potential presidential ambitions looked bright. Now, not so much.
Chris discussed the return of the Flyers ice girls, the implementation of the new cigarette tax in Philadelphia, and the Gubernatorial debate between Governor Tom Corbett and Tom Wolf. He talked to State Senator Scott Wagner at 7:20, Victor Fiorillo from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00, and Eagles General Manager Howie Roseman at 8:20.
Chris discussed the Eagles loss yesterday in San Francisco, the season premiere of Saturday Night Live, and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s trip to Pennsylvania to campaign for Tom Corbett. He talked to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00 and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece at 8:00.
The governor noted that crime is down a lot since the new Camden County Police Metro Division took over patrols, and there are two major economic development projects in the works.
Chris covered the latest in the investigation of an attack on a gay couple in Center City, Chris Christie’s assessment of the ‘Bridgegate’ investigation, and DeSean Jackson’s return to Philadelphia. He talks to Dr. Walter Schubert on Finance Friday at 7:00 and Eagles Analyst Ray Didinger at 8:00.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Thom Tillis is getting help from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as part of Christie’s multiple-stop swing through the Carolinas to raise money and meet voters.
As the state reads the ruling of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, New Jersey can’t sponsor sports betting, but there’s nothing stopping casinos from doing it if the state won’t prosecute anyone.
Chris discussed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s decision to allow sports gambling in the state and the latest video released of NFL player Ray Rice knocking out his fiancee in an Atlantic City elevator. He also talked with Zac Macmath of the Philadelphia Union at 8:35.
“I’m glad the governor reversed his course, because he vetoed my legislation doing exactly the same thing two months ago,” said state senator Frank Lesniak, of Union County.
The federal government says New Jersey did not run afoul of any regulations when Gov. Chris Christie starred in ads that promoted beach tourism in the summer after Superstorm Sandy hit the state.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is multitasking in Mexico, officially talking trade as he gets some foreign policy schooling should he decide to run for president in 2016.
Chris covered President Obama’s statement on James Foley, the journalist killed by ISIL in Iraq, the latest details from Ferguson Missouri, and New Jersey Chris Christie arguing with a woman over Bruce Springsteen.
Christie was asked at a town hall event Tuesday whether the protests in Ferguson, a St. Louis suburb, gave him pause about the militarization of police in New Jersey.
Chris covered the latest details from the overnight protests in Ferguson, Hillary Clinton’s demands for a speech in Las Vegas, and the beating of a park ranger in Love Park.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is proving again he doesn’t mind a little humiliation.