Christie hitting the road again …

The governor has a rather frenzied campaign swing on tap for the next two days.

Friday morning, he will attend two rallies in Pennsylvania for gubernatorial candidate Tom Corbett, who is ahead in the polls.  Then, it’s off to Ohio for an afternoon appearance with gubernatorial candidate John Kasich, whose race is getting tighter according to the polls.

Then, it’s back on the private jet for a trip to Michigan to campaign for gubernatorial candidate Rick Snyder, who has a comfortable lead.

After a late night flight west, Saturday morning will find Christie in Oregon to campaign for gubernatorial candidate Chris Dudley, who is in a neck and neck race. Some may recall Dudley as a former player for the New York Knicks. (He was a horrible foul shooter)

Then, the gov. heads east to help Minnesota gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer. He can use the help. Emmer is trailing badly.


About fsnowflack
Fred Snowflack was editorial page editor and a political columnist for the Daily Record of Morristown for almost 12 years. He has won numerous awards for editorial and column writing from the New Jersey Press Association and has written a blog on county and state politics for the last three years. He lives in Ledgewood in Morris County.

10 Responses to Christie hitting the road again …

  1. Ed France says:

    Maybe he will be able to cash in on some frequent flyer miles?
    In reality he is now seen as a player on the national stage. That is good for us here in New Jersey. No matter what party, if he does good things in NJ people of all parties in the USA might like him as president! Why not?

  2. Tea Party voter says:

    I would say that given the campaigning, our gover nor will be looking at 2012.Why would he not go for the White House?

  3. Doug says:

    Don’t forget that Dudley was on the Nets as well. That’s where he set the record by missing 13 straight foul shots. He was a terrific rebounder, though.

  4. Bob Grant says:

    Whose private jet is it?

  5. Tea Party voter says:

    some rich republican or 501(c) 3 money

  6. Bob Grant says:

    Tea Party voter, you mean a 527 Committee, not a 501(c) 3 which is the section of the IRS code for non profit organizations. I find it very unfortunate that you folks get so little correct as you rant about government. It becomes more and more obvious that you know little about it.

  7. Dan Grant says:

    Bob if they knew more about it they would not be in the Tea Party. In their ignorance they are being played by the same forces that keep them from understanding the problems that need to be solved. Could you imagine the outcry if Corzine where flying around the Country in pursuit of a higher office which is what Christie is about. He will need to get out of town before people realize the damage he is doing to property taxes and education and even government services.

  8. Tea Party voter says:

    I use to like the Grant brothers 🙂 NO it is 501 (c) 3 organization.

  9. Bob Grant says:

    Tell us the name of the organization and if it is a 501 (c) 3 we can report it to the IRS and get it’s charter yanked. Politics are forbidden to 501 (c) 3’s

  10. Dan Grant says:

    Come on Bob, you can’t use facts on the forums. You just get these people mad.

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