Christie to Seek Re-Election

Chris Christie announced he would seek a second term as New Jersey governor.

Gov. Chris Christie will seek a second term as New Jersey's governor.

He made the announcement during an appearance at a press conference at the Port Monmouth Fire Dept. Monday afternoon. Christie declined to talk in detail about his bid, saying he is saving that for a more formal announcement in January. 

But he did say he sought the advice of his wife, Mary Pat, and four children, over the Thanksgiving Day weekend, and got their blessing. 

"I have a job to finish that I would have never anticipated to have six weeks ago," said Christie. He said loved the Garden State. "I want to leave it better than I found it when I'm done." 

The gubernatorial election will take place in November 2013.

In response to a question about whether he would still focus on cutting taxes in light of the Hurricane Sandy crisis, he said he would not waver. 

"It's more important than ever to cut taxes," he said, adding that it is especially crucial to the ability of small business owners to rebound. 

Christie made his announcement surrounded by uniformed representatives of Middletown Township's fire and first aid workers, whom he said he admired for their dedicated service. "These folks are a reassurance to me," he said

In attendance was his NJ Sen. Joseph Kyrillos, Monmouth County Freeholder Serena DiMaso, Deputy Mayor Stephen Massell as well as Middletown homeowners who came to hear the governor in person.

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No can run on his right or his left -- he's too big. I mean that in a good way, of course. I do not agree with all of his views, but anyone who is willing to cut through the crap and telling it like it is, and pledge to lower taxes in the process, deserves to win again. Hoping for Christie all the way from Southern California.
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hahahaha Christie is so evil he just as a great game, like most poiticians, knows how to play the uniformed, knows how to play the voters who don't educate themselves about the issues. Christie has done NOTHING for the state, unemployment is still out of control, the rich and cortporates are still paying NOTHING and reaping the benefits of low wages, use of NJ infrastructure and collecting welfare from the state for their belly up policies,,....our schools are being defunded and our seniors and mentally ill are suffering for lack of care and benefits. You people are so ridiculous......this is not a time for tax cuts for the rich or middle class, this is a time for increasing taxes on the people who can afford it and rebuilding our economy and providing jobs and liveable wages for workers. AS far as Sandy, he did what he was SUPPOSE to do as an elected official. IF he opened his mansion to the homeless victims of Sandy, donated millions from his personal coffers to feed and care for the Sandy victims then YES, he would be a super hero, But he didn't. He did his job. The mailman delivers my mail every day, but I don't put him on a pedestal, that's his job. Get a grip people.


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