HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie insists he hasn’t soured on Mitt Romney.
Christie was the first governor to endorse Romney. He’s raised millions and campaigned for the Republican presidential nominee. But Christie received some criticism after heaping praise on President Barack Obama for coming to the aid of New Jersey after Superstorm Sandy.READ MORE: CBS3 Mysteries: Don Ly's Children Continue To Search For Answers After Father's American Dream Ended In Deadly Stabbing In South Philadelphia
At a news conference in Hoboken after visiting a storm shelter on Sunday, Christie assured critics that he’s still voting Republican on Tuesday.READ MORE: Camden County Businesses, Officials Worry As Heavy Rains, Flooding Become More Common
Christie says both Obama and Romney know who his vote will be for.MORE NEWS: Upper Darby Police Investigating Death Of Newborn Found In Bag
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