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New Jersey Decides 2013

New Jersey Decides 2013

Governor Chris Christie and Senate President Steve Sweeney
Governor's Office, Tim Larsen
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Steve Sweeney: Nobody Could Have Beaten Chris Christie [POLL/AUDIO]

Republican Gov. Chris Christie's landslide victory over Democratic State Sen. Barbara Buono didn't surprise many people, but this might - State Sen. President Steve Sweeney, a Democrat, admitted Christie was pretty much invincible.

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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie
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Can Christie Stay Level-Headed if He Runs for President? [AUDIO]

If New Jersey Governor Chris Christie decides to run for President in 2016, which many expect will happen, he's got to be careful how he handles himself in the next few years.

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Atlantic City Mayor-elect Don Guardian
Atlantic City Mayor-elect Don Guardian (NBC 40)
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Will Atlantic City Improve With New Mayor? [AUDIO]

Atlantic City voters have sent a Republican to the mayor's office for the first time in more than 20 years, and Governor Chris Christie couldn't be happier about the change in leadership.

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Assemblyman Jon Bramnick
Assemblyman Jon Bramnick (Facebook)
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Assembly GOP Leader Talking Tax Cut [AUDIO]

Assembly GOP Leader Jon Bramnick feels that Governor Christie's landslide victory sends a clear message that the people of the Garden State like what Christie stands for, and if that's the case ,they must want the tax cut the governor's been asking for.

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Governor Christie - Jose Marti Freshman Academy
Governor Chris Christie holds his first press availability since winning a second term (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Governor Christie in the Minority Again [AUDIO]

Despite a landslide win for Governor Chris Christie this week, the Republican will be dealing with a Democrat-controlled legislature for another few years.

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Governor Christie - Jose Marti Freshman Academy
In his first press availability since winning a second term, Governor Chris Christie fielded multiple questions on a possible presidential run in 2016. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Will White House Dreams Distract Christie? [POLL/AUDIO]

Have you heard that Governor Chris Christie could decide to run for president in 2016?

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Senate President Steve Sweeney
Senate President Steve Sweeney (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Sweeney Predicts Decade of Democrat Dominance [AUDIO]

Despite state Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean Jr.'s bold forecast that Republicans would pick up enough seats to usher him in as the next Senate President, current president Steve Sweeney is savoring Democrats' strong showing in Tuesday's election.

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President Barack Obama with Governor Chris Christie in Asbury Park
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Obama Congratulates Christie on Victory

President Barack Obama has called Republican Gov. Chris Christie to congratulate him on his re-election in New Jersey.

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Governor Chrisite - Jose Marti Freshman Academy
Governor Chris Christie speaks during an appearance at Jose Marti Freshman Academy in Union City (Govenror's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Gov. Christie Reacts to Minimum Wage Hike

Governor Christie says New Jersey voters made a big mistake by approving an increased minimum wage that comes with annual adjustments.

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School Construction
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NJ Voters Decide 2013 School Ballot Questions

Voters in seven of the 501 school districts that held elections across New Jersey this week also faced ballot questions related to their schools. Four of those questions were defeated, while three won approval. Three of the four questions that were defeated were related to additional school spending.‚Äč

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