Gov. Christie Expected At Graduation Ceremony In Camden
CAMDEN, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Gov. Chris Christie was expected to attend the graduation ceremony for a school that’s not exactly a school.
It would be his second time at the ceremony at the Community Education Resource Network. It helps dropouts in Camden earn their high school diplomas.
Christie spoke at its graduation two years ago when he was a candidate for governor.
Friday’s keynote speaker is George Norcross, a southern New Jersey Democratic kingmaker who is also chairman of the board at Cooper University Hospital.
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