New Jersey and national Democrats have joined forces to release a video comparing the records of Governor Chris Christie and the candidate he fully supports for President, Mitt Romney.

"Chris Christie & Mitt Romney, A Lot In Common"  is released as Christie is scheduled to deliver the keynote address at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Chicago according to the Star Ledger.

The  video, which calls that speech an "audition" to be Romney's vice president strings together a series of clips and graphics from various news outlets, especially MSNBC, with statements about the education & the economy.

The video ends with Christie telling a C-SPAN viewer  it's "none of her business" why he sends his children to a private school when she asks about cuts to public school funding.

New Jersey Democrats have been critical of the time Christie spends outside of the state campaigning for Romney and other Republicans. Christie says it is part of his job to support his party.

Former candidates for President Michelle Bachman, Rick Santorum & Herman Cain,   Ron Paul's son Rand  and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal are among those scheduled to appear at the event.