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Chris Christie
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U.S. Governor
    (September 6, 1962- )
    Born in Newark, New Jersey
    Raised in Livingston, New Jersey
    Governor of New Jersey (2010 - )
    U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey (2002-2008)
    His name is very alliterative.
    He is known for being outspoken.
    To say he doesn't get along with teachers unions is an understatement.
    A clerical error by a member of his office cost New Jersey some $400 million in federal money towards education. He tried to scapegoat the Obama administration before it was proven not to be true.
    He decided to stop a long-running plan to add a second rail tunnel between New Jersey and New York due to costs. He has yet to pay back federal funds related to the project.
    While he was a U.S. attorney, he had a tendency to overspend on travel and leave the DOJ to pay for it.
    He opted not to cancel a vacation to Disney World when his state was being pounded with a blizzard.
    Members of his administration intentionally closed lanes on the George Washington Bridge as a way to create traffic jams in Fort Lee after Fort Lee's Democratic mayor chose not to endorse Christie's re-election bid. He apologized and denied any knowledge of the scandal (January 9, 2014).
    In winning the governorship, he was the first Republican to win an election affecting all of New Jersey in over a decade.
    He tried to do everything he could to cut spending after he took office.
    Unlike the government in a neighboring state, he did everything he could to pass New Jersey's budget on time.
    As an attorney, he overcame a lack of experience to succeed, as he was able to not lose a case. In 130 instances, pubic officials were either convicted or plead guilty.
    He became popular nationally due to his handling of Superstorm Sandy (2012).
    He has a Juris Doctor degree from Seton Hall's School of Law.

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