New Hampshire meets Chris Christie
As Gov. Chris Christie introduces himself to voters in New Hampshire, he is receiving mixed reviews.
He was heckled at a diner over Bridgegate and the Sopranos.
Later at a Town Hall meeting, he told his life story and the crowd was polite. They were mostly asking him about national issues, such as Social Security, veteran's health care, and taxes.
Not everybody liked his answers, but they listened.
Christie did become animated when asked what he would do about ISIS, and lashed into President Obama's leadership.
Many critics are writing Christie off before his campaign even gets started. He is hoping to revive his campaign in the state that holds the nation's first primary.