Articles Posted in the " Chris Christie " Category

  • LD38 dimensions of the Kyrillos/Gordon Revolt

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The defection of Joe Kyrillos and other significant New Jersey Republicans to Jeb Bush’s camp may be damaging to the presidential ambitions of our Governor, Save Jerseyans, but in an interesting way, it may be a positive development as far as our legislative races are concerned.  While Kyrillos was […]

  • PublicMind Poll: Christie upside down in New Jersey, only 57% of GOP’ers approve

    By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog There’s more sobering news for the Governor of New Jersey this morning, Save Jerseyans, after a Monday Quinnipiac poll showed only 38% of polled Garden State residents approving of his job performance. On Tuesday, Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind Poll found just 36% approval while 50% who disapprove, a result that’s unchanged […]

  • Christie ambushed with Eagles chants in Atlantic City

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog What could he do but smile, Save Jerseyans?? But when you consider some of the flack he’s gotten from other quarters recently, some not-too-ugly ribbing from my fellow South Jerseyans over his Cowboyphilia at Wednesday’s grand opening of the Atlantic City Bass Pro Shops store is almost a welcome […]

  • Christie planning three more spring policy speeches

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie’s entitlement reform address is only part one of a four roll-out of sorts, Save Jerseyans, something he revealed Tuesday on the Hugh Hewitt Program. “Well, Hugh, let me tell you this. I’m going to come forward in the next two months with four major […]

  • POLL: Are you a fan of Governor Christie’s entitlement reform plan?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Lagging badly in the early polls, Governor Chris Christie tried to leapfrog the Republican competition on Tuesday morning by pitching a bold federal entitlement reform proposal and, in so doing, putting himself on a potential collision course with Hillary Clinton. The ultimate question: will it matter worth […]

  • Christie’s 9-Stop New Hampshire tour schedule is out

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The #1 question I’m getting these days, Save Jerseyans? “Do you think he’s running?” My answer: yes, he already is running. What they’re really asking is whether I think Chris Christie will formally announce and join the race; I’m already on record saying next week’s 9-stop New Hampshire […]

  • Christie plans town hall swing in New Hampshire

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Will the strategy that made Chris Christie a viral social media star in New Jersey also help rescue his presidential aspirations? We’ll find out soon enough, Save Jerseyans. His official political action committee is kicking off a “Tell it like it is” town hall tour in Londonderry, New […]

  • Christie Ends Candidacy for Prom King

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog All speculation officially ended today in Kenilworth, Save Jerseyans:  Christie Transcript: You can’t do everything and you can’t say yes to everyone. And I’ve inherited a state where we’ve had folks who’ve come before me of both parties, both parties, who’ve said yes to everything. I hate to […]

  • Christie signs 8 bills, conditionally vetoes DUI Interlock changes

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog You can click here to check out the Governor’s proposed changes to legislature’s ground-breaking legislation, Save Jerseyans. To summarize: he wants to split the baby by re-instituting shorter versions of the current license suspension requirements that our state legislature tried to roll back. “The Legislature and I strongly agree […]

  • NH GOP Focus Group: “Mixed” on Chris Christie

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Especially considering how the early primary/caucus states are very retail politics-intensive, Save Jerseyans, I’m inclined to think voter focus groups are no less insightful (maybe more so?) than the pre-debate season polls. Watch, and then let me know what you think: