Governor Christie returns to our studios tonight at 7PM for the final "Ask The Governor" of 2012.

The Governor has been as busy as anybody in America over the last two months.

Christie has been applauded for his efforts in the Sandy aftermath, which remains an on-going and daily initiative.

His job approval remains at an all-time high.  However, partisan politics have begun to creep back into New Jersey, following acrimony post-Sandy.

Governor Christie has butted heads with Democrats recently over minimum wage and his tax cut plan.  Assembly Democrats have also recently went on the offensive with the Governor over their jobs bills plan.

In the meantime, though, Christie has announced his re-election bid for Governor in 2013.  As many Democrats wait on Newark Mayor Corey Booker's decision, only State Senator Barbara Buono has tossed her hat into the ring to oppose Christie.

Recently on the "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," Christie revealed that he hugged it out with his idol, Bruce Springsteen.  The Governor was also featured as one of Barbara Walters' "Most Fascinating People of 2012."

And just this week, a national poll said that he is well-known and liked by the majority of Americans.

Find out the Governor's reaction to the tragedy in Connecticut, where New Jersey is in the Sandy recovery, and much more.  It's "Ask The Governor" tonight at 7PM.

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