Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones will use his $17-million mansion in Highland Park to host a fundraiser for presidential candidate Chris Christie.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie pledged to be straight with voters. “If you like it, great,” he said. “And if you don’t, my goodness, there’s 13 other candidates to pick from.”
A tough-talking New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie launched his 2016 campaign for president Tuesday with a promise to tell voters the truth even if it makes them cringe.
With Louisiana’s Gov. Bobby Jindal formally launching his presidential bid on Wednesday, 13 high-profile Republicans have officially entered the campaign for the party’s 2016 nomination.
If Chris Christie runs for president, there’s little doubt people will see plenty of the town halls the New Jersey governor is known for. That anything-goes format is his comfort zone, and voters tend to like it.
During a speech in Houston on Thursday, Hillary Clinton said that GOP governors are “systematically and deliberately” trying to prevent millions of Americans from voting.
Six Republican presidential candidates or potential candidates will speak at an economic summit organized by Florida Gov. Rick Scott.
Boo birds squawked as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie celebrated the opening of Bass Pro Shops in Atlantic City. Eagles fans booed and chanted at the lifelong Cowboys supporter.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker would be happy to see his potential 2016 presidential rival New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at Lambeau Field on Sunday when the Green Bay Packers take on the Dallas Cowboys.
Tossing all political risks aside, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie doesn’t bother to cheer for any of the teams that would make more sense for someone from his state.
The Dallas Cowboys’ newest good luck charm has been attending games on the owner’s dime.
Twitter is abuzz again about Gov. Chris Christie and his beloved Dallas Cowboys.