Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican Tom Foley traveled the state Monday in a last-minute effort to boost voter turnout in Connecticut’s tight race for governor, with Foley getting a 5th visit from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie rallied Republicans for Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley on Monday, making his fourth stop in the state in six weeks for a close contest that has brought big-name politicians to the aid of both candidates.
Christie has been traveling the country, campaigning in his role as chair of the Republican Governors Association. He was in Connecticut on Monday and plans to visit Florida, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and New Hampshire later this week.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, chairman of the Republican Governors Association, said Tuesday that Connecticut is one of the top two gubernatorial races in the country and GOP candidate Tom Foley needs to keep focusing on growing jobs and the state’s economy to win in November.
As he runs for re-election, Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is rekindling a rivalry with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, tweaking the Republican over his position on gun control and his state’s economic record.
After receiving a warm welcome in Iowa last week, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was met by angry protests Monday evening during a trip to Greenwich to campaign for Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley.
Dawn will reveal the extent of the damage after a wind-whipped fire devoured a boardwalk in two Jersey shore resort towns that was rebuilt after Superstorm Sandy.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was never a fan of MTV’s “Jersey Shore,” saying it unfairly cast the state in a negative light.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) _ Relatives of the Connecticut school shootings children are pressing for stronger gun control laws in New Jersey. They’ll join Assembly Speaker Shelia Oliver and Assembly Majority Leader Low Greenwald at a […]
New Jersey’s battle with the four major professional sports leagues and the NCAA will continue after a judge on Friday rejected arguments that the leagues couldn’t prove they would be harmed if the state moves ahead with its plans to allow sports gambling.