TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Billboards calling on Republican Gov. Chris Christie to denounce presidential candidate Donald Trump are popping up across New Jersey.
Bridges Over Politics for New Jersey, a new nonprofit advocacy group, said Friday it has spent six figures for about a dozen billboards and digital ads across the state.READ MORE: Triple Shooting In Kensington Leaves 2 Men Dead, Another Injured, Philadelphia Police Say
The billboards are in Bergen, Hudson and Mercer counties. Christie endorsed Trump for president after ending his own campaign.
The group is headed by Aaron Keyak, a one-time aide to former Democratic U.S. Rep. Steve Rothman. The group’s donors are not public.READ MORE: CBS3 Pet Project: Most Popular Pet Names In 2021
One of the ads shows Trump at a lectern with Christie behind him. The text asks Christie to “stand up to racism and bigotry.”
Christie’s office declined to comment.MORE NEWS: Doylestown, Buckingham Township House Fire Leaves Man Dead
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