New Jersey Governor Chris Christie
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie says he’ll decide in the next few weeks whether a run for the White House is in the cards.
Governor Chris Christie is set to hold his second Atlantic City summit Wednesday as the state and city cope with a failing gambling market that has forced four casinos to close.
An advance copy of Governor Christie’s speech shows, among other things, the governor plans to recommend adjusting the current K-through-12 model of education.
More than 600 people were expected to show up at the Bellevue to hear Chris Christie speak. But early Wednesday evening, the Committee of 70’s president and CEO Zack Stallberg got a call from Christie’s office that the Governor was sick and had to cancel.
Same sex couples throughout New Jersey visited local municipalities Saturday to fill out marriage license applications after the state supreme court denied an appeal Friday to block the order.
Christie spokesman Michael Drewniak says the governor is aware of the report about Julie Hermann in the Star-Ledger of Newark, but wants to get more details before commenting.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has launched his first television commercial of this year’s gubernatorial campaign.
Officials in New Jersey are crowing about a new naval contract with Lockheed Martin which retains some 3,000 jobs.
Gov. Chris Christie paid a visit to a school in south Jersey that reopened months after it was damaged by Superstorm Sandy.
A survey, done by The California Citizens Compensation Commission, says Tom Corbett was the highest paid governor in the U.S. in 2012.
The mayor of a rural South Jersey town that has seen additional state aid under Gov. Chris Christie has become the third Democratic mayor to throw support behind the popular Republican.
Governor Corbett is in the middle of a political firestorm over his pending decision on whether to accept an expansion of Medicaid in Pennsylvania and there’s pressure on both sides.
State Senator Donald Norcross, who pushed the plan, says there’s a lot of developer interest in the property.
New Jersey lawmakers have given final approval to a bill that bans synthetic marijuana.
The feds are putting new flood zone maps together that’ll take two years to finalize. And without new rules for how high the houses have to sit, many are waiting to get started on rebuilding.