Gov. Chris Christie is back in the Garden State after another round of travel around the country on behalf of the Republican Governor's Association.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) second from right, talks with members of the media at the National Governors Association convention in Nashvile. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Christie was generally received well at his recent stops, and continues to shoot down the rampant speculation about a 2016 White House run.

He said that he is focusing on winning as many GOP governor seats as he can, not setting up the potential framework for a presidential bid in early primary states, such as Iowa.

The governor said he will not make any decisions about 2016 until after the November elections.

As he is back in the state today, Christie heads to Camden for an event this afternoon before holding a Sandy Town Hall tomorrow.