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Christie makes one last pitch for Foley

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Republican Tom Foley (Christine Stuart photo)
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Republican Tom Foley (Christine Stuart photo)
The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 4.
The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 4.

GROTON, Conn. – New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie made his fourth trip to Connecticut in six weeks Monday to stump one last time for Republican Tom Foley.

“Tom and I started on a job four years ago and we’re going to finish this job with eight days left. Dan Malloy I hope you’re listening, your days are numbered,” Christie told Foley supporters at a beer garden in Groton.

Christie, who is the head of the Republican Governors Association, will spend the next eight days stumping for Republican gubernatorial candidates in 18 states.

Christie spent most of the day Monday with Rick Scott in Florida and is headed to Maine Tuesday to stump for Maine Gov. Paul LePage. The RGA has spent $18 million on Scott’s race in Florida, according to the Herald Tribune, and $6.7 million on Foley in Connecticut.

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3 responses to “Christie makes one last pitch for Foley”

  1. Lifelong Teacher

    Chris Christie’s endorsement – that’s a nail in the coffin for sure.

  2. Oldtimer

    Sounds like a calculated risk, at best. Nobody really knows how tainted Christie is by that bridge fiasco, or how much of it will rub off on candidates he campaigns for. He draws crowds, but so do trainwrecks.

    Foley must figure he needs all the help he can get and is willing to take the risk.

  3. Norewalk Lifer

    Go play on a bridge Christie

    Regards
    Norwalk Lifer

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