Get ready for an onslaught of TV ads in support of Governor Christie and his "bipartisan reformers."

The political action committee Committee for Our Children’s Future will spend $1.6milion on it's fourth pro-Chrisie ad on New York and Philadelphia television stations according to the Star Ledger.

“Through hard work and tough decisions, these reformers are doing what it takes to get the job done and keep New Jersey moving forward. Democrats, Republicans and Independents alike are backing New Jersey’s reform movement and believe the State is moving in the right direction," said Committee for Our Children spokesman Brian Jones.

The organization describes itself as having a mission "Of being dedicated to educating the public about policies that will enhance the lives of taxpayers, families and children" with no political affiliation. The group, however, was formed after Christie became Governor  by friends of Christie from his days at the University of Delaware to hit  back at ant-Christie commercials aired by various unions opposed to Christie's plans according to the Star Ledger.  The Governor has denied any connection to the group.