The June edition of "Ask The Governor" came just hours after sources revealed that Chris Christie was making plans to formally announce his plans to seek the GOP nomination in the 2016 presidential election. When pressed however, the governor continued to insist that he has yet to make his decision.
Join State House reporter Kevin McArdle and myself this week as they discuss Christie’s possible presidential announcement logic, the Governor’s Communication Director Maria Comella, the Supreme Court's pension payment ruling, and the casino craze sweeping New Jersey
With a new swing through key primary states underway, Gov. Chris Christie still seems to be counting on two things to ignite his stalled White House bid - a strong showing in New Hampshire and a strong showing in debates.
Governor Christie renounced Common Core this week, but what about PARCC testing? How well is Christie differentiating himself from the rest of the Republican party leading up to the 2016 presidential race? Will Steve Sweeney run for New Jersey’s next governor? Eric Scott and New Jersey 101
In the May edition of Ask The Governor, Chris Christie again insisted that he has not actually started campaigning for a spot on the 2016 presidential ballot. He also announced that he would, in fact, support a measure to allow gaming in other parts of the state outside Atlantic City.
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