Skip to comments.Chris Christie crushes Barbara Buono to win second term as N.J. governor
Posted on 11/05/2013 5:21:10 PM PST by Sub-Driver
Chris Christie crushes Barbara Buono to win second term as N.J. governor
By Jenna Portnoy/The Star-Ledger Email the author | Follow on Twitter on November 05, 2013 at 8:02 PM, updated November 05, 2013 at 8:03 PM
TRENTON Chris Christie easily won a second term as governor of New Jersey tonight, trouncing state Sen. Barbara Buono in a race viewed as precursor to a bid for the White House.
The Associated Press called the election for Christie at 8 p.m just as polls closed across the state.
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sooooo......he sat on her?
Somebody having fun with headlines.
Just like Romney in Mass., neither state would ever elect a Conservative, a Moderate/Liberal Republican, yes.
Good. He’s better than Buono...for New Jersey. No thanks in 2016.
According to the headlines .... Must be all those “secret recipe Krispy Kreme” donuts!!!!
oooo, now that’s an ugly image.
While I think he’s good for NJ, I share your sentiments about president. No, no and NO!
Wow! The CNN exit poll showed that only 25 percent of new Jersey voters are liberals!
Meet Hillary's sacrificial lamb, folks.
Christie is the RINO to beat in 2016.
Bush, McCain, Romney, Christie...
The media will push him just like it did the others. And the GOPe never one’s to shy away from being as thick as a brick, won’t tighten up their ship to prevent the “McCain” candidate from being voted in by Democrats during our primary cycle.
Christie was far, far preferable to his opponent.
Here is a line from his opponent: On any number of issues important to New Jerseyans, Governor Christie has been out of step with the majority of the state. From opposing a woman’s right to choose to vetoing marriage equality to siding with the gun lobby, Chris Christie has consistently taken right-wing positions that put his presidential prospects ahead of what’s right for New Jersey.
Buono also picked as a running mate an official of the most left-wing branch of the SEIU union, a branch which was heavily infiltrated by communists.
Good for NY. Good for a potential cabinet member. Bad for Pres.
oops...I meant N.J. Ah, you know what I mean. What’s the difference anyway?
It would be great if he were named Secretary of Education in a Ted Cruz administration.
The repositioning and repackaging begins:
He would have to do some wicked voodoo to get anybody on this site to vote for him in the primaries.
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