Articles Posted in the " Christie " Category




  • Trump hits 30% in South Carolina; Christie at 2%

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Republican pollster Frank Luntz’s assessment that Donald Trump might be “impossible to take down” in the GOP primary seems a bit premature several months before the first primary, Save Jerseyans, but new results from Patrick Murray’s non-partisan Monmouth University Poll invite speculation. In the critical “first in the South” South […]



  • Iowa House Speaker endorses Christie

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie will spend his Saturday in Des Moines, Save Jerseyans, working the Iowa State Fair and serving as honorary chef at the Iowa Pork Producers Tent (take that, Ray Lesniak). He’ll be there riding the good feelings from the endorsement of Rep. Kraig Paulsen (R-Hiawatha), speaker of the Iowa House […]




  • Greta apologizes to Christie: “that’s no hug”

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog You remember it, Save Jerseyans: one of the more intense moments from last week’s GOP debate transpired when Rand Paul rapped Chris Christie for his infamous Halloween “hug” with President Obama in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Sandy… Well, Chris Christie was more than glad to led Greta […]


  • THURSDAY: Rubio, Christie duel with competing Shore fundraisers

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Marco Rubio, surging in the latest post-Fox News debate polling, has out-raised Chris Christie thus far for the 2016 cycle, Save Jerseyans. The Governor isn’t taking it lying down. As is now its custom, the Governor’s presidential campaign will hold its own competing ‘Chris Christie for President’ fundraising reception […]


  • Eagleton: N.J. wants Christie gone but is open to Guadagno

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Look: I have no doubt that Governor Chris Christie‘s popularity is in the toilet right now because I’ve seen it and heard it, Save Jerseyans. Firsthand. All the same, I’m reluctant to spend too much time on the latest Rutgers-Eagleton poll results, showing 54% of New Jersey voters wanting […]