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By Carole on May 16, 2012
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican, and Newark Mayor Cory Booker, a Democrat, co-starred in a new video made for the state's recent Press Association Legislative Correspondents Club dinner.
By Carole on Oct 4, 2011
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has officially announced that he is officially not going to run for the GOP presidential nomination...officially. Now the big question is did those who are running learn anything by witnessing the passionate attempts to persuade him to run and the enthusiastic support for his potential candidacy?
By Carole on Sep 27, 2011
Speaking at the Reagan Presidential Library tonight, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie delivered the kind of speech a Republican candidate for the presidency needs to deliver. He criticized President Barack Obama's job performance the way a perspective 2012 opponent should. When he summarized his own successful leadership tecniques it conjured up visions of that same kind of success from the next American president. And then he seemed to say that he's not running.
By Carole on Sep 23, 2011
The candidates in last night's Republican presidential debate failed to deliver again. The two hour event included the same old stump speech sound bytes, lots of defensive posturing and attempted jabs at each other most of which missed their marks. The allegedly conservative front runner claimed anyone against giving illegal immigrants tuition breaks is heartless, the moderate that's currently running second is still trying to defend his state health care mandate and the most memorable moment of the night came from a candidate few have even heard of.
By Carole on Aug 19, 2011
The vast majority of Oregon's congressional delegation - 3 of 4 representatives and both senators - are Democrats. In 2008 President Barack Obama overwhelming won the state with 57% of the vote. Yet according to Congressman Peter DeFazio (D-Oregon), when it comes to whether or not Mr. Obama will be re-elected, formerly true-blue Oregon is "very much in play".