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“Ask The Governor” Monday At 7 p.m.

Governor Christie will be in our studios at 7PM for the March edition of "Ask The Governor."

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Governor Chris Christie
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Governor Christie Works To Lower Property Taxes [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Garden State Democrats claim Governor Chris Christie did not present a plan to bring down New Jersey's highest in the nation property taxes during his budget address a few days ago, but Christie insists that's "nonsense."

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Governor Chris Christie
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The Fight To Rebuild Shore For Tourist Season [VIDEO/AUDIO]

With spring right around the corner, efforts to rebuild and recover from Sandy are ramping up in towns hard-hit by the Superstorm.

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Governor Christie with Eric Scott for the February edition of Ask The Governor.
Governor Christie with Eric Scott for the February edition of Ask The Governor. (Annette Petriccione, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Gov. Christie on Atlantic City, Flood Insurance and Property Tax Rebates [VIDEO]

In the February edition of Ask the Governor, Chris Christie talked about Atlantic City tourism and politics, federal flood insurance processing and property tax rebate delays.

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Chris Christie in NJ101.5's studio for February's Ask the Governor program (Staff Instagram photo)
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Christie Calls Federal Insurance Program ‘Awful’

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says federal flood insurance claims from Superstorm Sandy are being paid too slowly.

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Watch February’s Edition of Ask the Governor Again Here

Did you miss tonight's February edition of Ask the Governor with Chris Christie? If so, you can watch the entire segment again here.

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February's edition of Ask the Governor (Staff photo)
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Christie Urges Action on User Fees to Ease NJ’s Property Taxes

After proposing a $32.9 billion state spending plan that increases school aid and expands Medicaid coverage and does not raise taxes, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been busy today trumpeting his budget as a fiscally responsible plan that encourages growth and holds the line on property taxes.

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Chris Christie during Ask The Governor
Chris Christie during Ask The Governor (Townsquare Media NJ)
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“Ask The Governor” Tonight At 7 p.m.

Fresh off his Budget Address on Tuesday, Governor Christie will be in our studios at 7PM for the February edition of "Ask The Governor."

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Chris Christie during Ask The Governor
Chris Christie during Ask The Governor (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Gov. Christie on Sandy Relief, Summer Readiness and the GOP

The January edition of Ask The Governor touched on a number of subjects including Sandy relief, how fast the Monmouth and Ocean county shores will be ready for summer and Chris Christie's role in shaping the future of the national Republican party.

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Governor Chris Christie (Photo by Annette Petriccione)
Governor Chris Christie (Photo by Annette Petriccione)
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Governor Christie Expects Livable Jersey Shore This Summer [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Rebuilding and restoration efforts continue up and down the Jersey Shore, and good progress is being made, but what will things look like when the weather gets warmer this summer?

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