Controversy is swirling around the governor for not backing fellow Republican Rob Astorino, who is running against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and it could cost Christie support from his own party if he wants to run for president.
From public squabbles with detractors to kudos after Superstorm Sandy, what a year 2012 has been for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
While President Barack Obama won Manhattan handily earlier this month, a published report late last week said Republican Mitt Romney won at least 50 percent of the vote in a couple of precincts – notably the one that includes Trump Tower.
President Barack Obama has won the 29 electoral votes commanded by the state of New York, CBS News has projected.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has selected Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan to be his running mate. Romney and Ryan are kicking off a four-day bus tour that will take them to as many states.
“I’m not surprised,” one New Jersey resident said. “I think Christie is going to wait for four more years until there is an open field. I think the media wanted him to be the No. 2 more than he did.”
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will return to the stump for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Friday. Christie will host a lunchtime “Romney for President” rally at Elmhurst College in Illinois.
Late Tuesday afternoon, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie endorsed Mitt Romney to be the Republican presidential nominee — and he minced no words about why.
The New Jersey governor said he would make the same decision in using the month-old, $12.5 million helicopter but would pay for the ride on the front end.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg calls real estate tycoon Donald Trump a friend and says “anybody can run for president if you’re 35 and an American citizen.”
Giuliani, who says he hasn’t decided whether he will run again, sounded a lot like a candidate when he spoke at a GOP fundraiser in Manchester on Friday night.