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Christie’s Bus Tour

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Yesterday was the first day that Governor Chris Christie rolled out his campaign bus to hit the streets and meet with voters before the upcoming election on November 5th.

The bus tour started in Christie’s hometown of Livingston, New Jersey where he stopped at a local diner that he used to frequent as a child.

Afterwards the bus headed to Linden, New Jersey, but that’s not the end of the road for him. Christie’s bus tour plans to hit 90 stops in all 21 New Jersey Counties.

Christie was asked if any big names from the national campaign will be heading to the Garden State to campaign for him and he responded quite humbly. “I have no idea, I can campaign on my own, I’m pretty good,” he said.

The fact that Christie doesn’t know if anyone will be heading down to campaign with him may have something to do with how he’s been separating himself from D.C. in the midst of the government shutdown. It’s no secret that Christie has been siting New Jersey as an example for Republicans and Democrats working together to get things done.

Even with the upcoming gubernatorial election, people are still speculating that Christie is vying for a presidential run in 2016, a theory that Christie is yet to comment on.

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