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Many astute analysts have just been waiting for the Christie shoe to drop. For the myth to be shattered. For the skeletons to come crashing out of the closet.
The New Jersey School Development Authority (SDA), a public agency that is in charge of building maintenance for the state’s
New Jersey Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono slammed members of her party Tuesday after losing the race to Republican incumbent Chris Christie.
Focusing on how the handling of the shutdown affected, or did not affect, the vote this week ignores a more potent way in which it is impacting Republicans: making voters less likely to be Republicans in the first place.
Buono's last-minute campaign efforts also came with little involvement from President Barack Obama or other high-profile
Facing a skeptical moderator, he replied in the usual blunt, you-gotta-be-kidding-me manner that has proved appealing to
The Associated Press called the race based on interviews with voters as they left polling places. The interviews were conducted
Christie, 51, was already popular when Sandy slammed into the coast a year ago, damaging 360,000 homes and businesses and
Christie was widely expected to win the race, and according to the AP, was looking to become the first Republican running
Buono, who focused on the economy in her run, campaigned without the aid of big-name Democrats. She also was spurned early
The win by the blunt, tough-talking incumbent was expected by political experts to solidify his standing in the national
For other election news, visit HuffPost's live results page here. Preliminary results of an exit poll — conducted for The
The Associated Press reported earlier Tuesday on the gubernatorial race: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) was elected for
Christie was declared the winner by NBC and CNN. He defeated Democrat Barbara Buono in the race. Christie, a blunt, tough
RealClearPolitics' Scott Conroy reports: Read more here. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie knows as well as everyone else does
Republican Chris Christie is up for reelection as governor of New Jersey, and he's hoping for a landslide victory. Christie
Democrat Barbara Buono is hoping to defeat Republican Governor Chris Christie in the New Jersey gubernatorial race. Christie
Democratic state senator Barbara Buono is posing a challenge to Republican Governor Chris Christie in the New Jersey gubernatorial
Polls open in New Jersey at 6 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. RealClearPolitics' Sean Trende reports on the significance of a potential