| Howard Dean turned his most infamous campaign blunder around on Chris Christie on Thursday night, zinging the Republican governor of New Jersey on his presidential aspirations, according to a report.
| Framing himself as a politician who's unafraid to discuss "hard truths," NJ Gov. Chris Christie is proposing an income cap on Social Security benefits as part of major restructuring plan announced ahead of a likely presidential bid.
| People enamored with idea that pot will bring in additional tax revenue should just look at the quality of living in Colorado, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) said on 'Ask the Governor' Monday: "See if you want to live in a major city in Colorado where there's head shops popping up on every corner and people flying into your airport just to come and get high. To me, it's just not the quality of life that we want to have here in the state of New Jersey, and there's no tax revenue that's worth that."
| Regardless of the Washington Bridge scandal, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) is still on the clearest path to the 2016 presidential nomination, MSNBC Senior Policy Analyst Mark Halperin said Tuesday.
| No evidence exists showing Gov. Chris Christie was aware of the underworkings of the George Washington Bridge scandal, New Jersey Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D) said Sunday. If evidence is out there, the state panel investigating the closures has not yet seen it, Wisniewski stated.
| New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie threatened to withold Superstorm Sandy relief funding if Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer did not support a development project, according to Zimmer. New Jersey lieutenant governor Kim Guadagno was reportedly the one who told Zimmer of the threat: "Mayor Zimmer's version of our conversation in May of 2013 is not only false but is illogical and does not withstand scrutiny when all of the facts are examined," she said Monday.
| Gov. Chris Christie (R) defended himself after the George Washington Bridge scandal in a 107 minute press conference, comedian Jodi Miller said, "but he could have gotten the press off his back in five minutes. You know, if he had re-registered as a democrat."