Governor Chris Christie
New Jersey voters might have to wait a little longer for updated election laws if Gov. Chris Christie’s statements on a reform bill translate into a veto.
Governor Chris Christie still sits atop New Jersey’s political pecking order, but that’s due to end in 2017 — whether his White House run is successful or not.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s presidential run is adding a new dimension to his already complicated relationship with Democrats in his home state.
Gov. Chris Christie’s announcement that he’s running for president isn’t making everybody’s hit parade.
That’s because the state’s fiscal year lapses and with it the 2015 budget, meaning the Legislature will consider Christie’s $33.8 billion 2016 budget.
Activists took part in a four hour bus tour to showcase how much work still needs to be done.
The President of the New Jersey State Senate is resurrecting the idea of a millionaires tax to help fund the state pension system.
As New Jersey Governor Chris Christie ponders a potential Republican Presidential run, a new poll in his home state shows a continued erosion of popular support.
Christie has made drug treatment one of his signature issues as he considers a run for the Republican nomination for president. He says that drug addiction is a disease and that abusers need treatment, not jail time.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has quietly signed onto an amicus brief opposing President Obama’s executive action on immigration.
With a winter storm expected to impact transportation and travel throughout New Jersey, Governor Chris Christie declared a State of Emergency Wednesday.
In his first town hall meeting since last August, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie described public pension liabilities as an unfunded problem that could reach disaster status in less than a decade.
It’s the first official step on the path to a 2016 Presidential run for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. He has formed a Political Action Committee, which will allow him to start fundraising efforts.
There was strong Republican backlash Monday as the Democrat-led committee investigating the George Washington Bridge scandal released a preliminary report.
Governor Chris Christie is heading to Camden again, this time to make an announcement about school construction projects.