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Governor Chris Christie
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Governor Christie Tells Utilities He’s Not Going To Take BS About Power Restoration [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Roughly 1.7 million New Jerseyans remain without power today. Governor Chris Christie says the Garden State has never seen a storm as devastating as Sandy so the standard rules for full power restoration do not apply.

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User submitted photo by Joe M of Colonia of trees down everywhere
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Power Slowly Being Restored in Jersey

New Jersey utilities continue to work round-the-clock to restore power, but an estimated 1.7 million homes and businesses still don’t have electricity.

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Mark Wilson, Getty Images
Mark Wilson, Getty Images
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Millions Still Without Power – JCP&L Reports Some Progress [AUDIO]

If you rely on Jersey Central Power and Light (JCP&L) for your electric, it may be several more days before service will be fully restored.

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Governor Chris Christie and President Barack Obama
Republican Governor Chris Christie and Democratic President Barack Obama praised each other during Sandy cleanup efforts. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Chris Christie’s New Jersey Power Play [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Roughly 2 million New Jersey homes and businesses are still without power today after the devastation left behind by super storm Sandy. That means almost 5 million people are in the dark.

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Photo by Joe Raedle / Getty Images
Photo by Joe Raedle / Getty Images
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Generator Safety Information Issued by Christie Administration

As Sandy approaches New Jersey the likelihood of homeowners having to power up their newly purchased generators is high. For many it will be their first time using a generator, and even those seasoned veterans who have weathered many storms with one, may not know all the important safety information.

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Hurricane Sandy's Winds Hit Florida Coast (Getty Images)
Hurricane Sandy's Winds Hit Florida Coast (Getty Images)
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NJ Utilities Brace For Hurricane Sandy

New Jersey utility companies are preparing for Hurricane Sandy's arrival.

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Utility Crew
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NJ Utility Companies Could Face Steep Fines for Power Delays [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie announced he's proposing legislation that holds public utility companies responsible for their performance during natural disasters, including significant financial penalties.

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Lebanon Township, Hunterdon County
Lebanon Township, Hunterdon County during the Halloween, 2011 snowstorm.(Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Chris Christie Takes Action To Protect Jerseyans From Power Outrages

Last year, a tropical storm and a freak October ice storm hit the Garden State causing lengthy power outages that displaced thousands of New Jerseyans for days on end, some for more than a week.

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Freehold storm damage/Joe Votruba photo
Freehold storm damage/Joe Votruba photo
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Work Continues on Remaining Central Jersey Outages

Utility crews and tree services are busy in central New Jersey after a series of severe storms moved through the region.

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NJ Down to 12,000 Without Power

Five days after severe thunderstorms slammed into southern New Jersey, some 12,000 utility customers are still without power.

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