Track | Chris Christie to Stump for Romney in Virginia, McMahon in Connecticut

Friday, October 19, 2012

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie speaks at the Tampa Bay Times Forum in Tampa, Florida, on August 28, 2012 during the Republican National Convention. (Getty)

Chris Christie takes his first trip to the South for a campaign stop with Mitt Romney in Richmond, Va., Friday night. It’s his 34 campaign appearance for Republicans outside New Jersey since September 1.  The GOP pays for his expenses, except for the detail of New Jersey State Police officers who provide security for Christie. 

Christie will appear in Connecticut on Monday to stump for Senate candidate Linda McMahon



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Comments [2]

Elizabeth from Clifton, NJ

I can understand why Crisco Chrisie would want to leave the state. If you can't stand the heat . . .
9.9% unemployment, 250 million shortfall in projected revenue, no "New Jersey Miracle" that was gonna be his 2016 presidential campaign theme. The poor guy needs to get out of the kitchen.

Oct. 20 2012 05:34 PM

Anywhere but work on pulling his own state's unemployment rate down. It's two points above national.

Oct. 19 2012 06:38 PM

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