| 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."
| New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will recover from the George Washington Bridge scandal if he tells the truth, Charles Krauthammer said on Fox Thursday. More lasting damage will come to Hillary Clinton. Bob Gates claimed in "Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War" that she "told the president that her opposition to the 2007 surge in Iraq had been political because she was facing him in the Iowa primary. The president conceded vaguely that opposition to the Iraq surge had been political."
| New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie apologized Thursday for the politically-motivated lane closures on the George Washington Bridge: “I had no knowledge or involvement in this issue, in its planning or its execution. And I am stunned by the abject stupidity that was shown here, regardless of what the facts ultimately uncover, this was handled in a callous and indifferent way."
| Public figures must expect to be constantly vetted, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) said on ABC News Sunday. The new book “Double Down: Game Change 2012” claims Christie was not selected as Mitt Romney's 2012 GOP running mate due to his questionable background. "All of these issues have been vetted, and if I ever run for anything again, they'll be vetted again," Christie said.
| New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican, Democratic Virginia Governor-Elect Terry McAuliffe and New York City Mayor-Elect Bill de Blasio, a Democrat, speak about their respective election victories.
| New Jersey re-elected Chris Christie (R) as Governor Tuesday. Tea Party politics such as limited government, individual liberty and freedom and decreased government spending are consistent with good conservative Republicanism, Christie stated.
| The president and the governor of New Jersey will meet again, seven months after Sandy devastated the New Jersey coast. Major Garrett reports on the rebuilding effort and how the president is trying to restore confidence in wake of recent scandals.