Gov. Christie joins 3rd annual Prisoner Reentry Conference in Jersey City

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Gov. Chris Christie (R) has been added to the 3rd annual Prisoner Reentry Conference in Jersey City later this month, joining names such as Rev. Al Sharpton, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman and Newark Mayor Ras Baraka.

Gov. Chris Christie (R) speaks with former Gov. Jim McGreevey (D) at the grand opening of Martin's Place in Jersey City on September 15, 2014.
Gov. Chris Christie (R) speaks with former Gov. Jim McGreevey (D) at the grand opening of Martin’s Place in Jersey City on September 15, 2014.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

The event, which takes place at St. Peter’s University’s Mac Mahon Student Center on March 24th from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., is hosted by Mayor Steven Fulop and ex-Gov. Jim McGreevey – who currently runs the Jersey City Employment and Training Program.

Other speakers for the event include Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Andrew Napolitano, Paterson Mayor Joey Torres, New Jersey Reentry Corporation President John Koufos, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Koch Industries, Inc. Mark Holden and Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise, among others.

Christie, a presidential candidate who has dropped out of the race, made headlines over his appearance with Republican frontrunner Donald Trump on Super Tuesday, per CNN.

Meanwhile, Christie still has to battle adversity in his home state, as six New Jersey newspapers have asked for his resignation as governor in light of refusing to take “off-topic” questions at a Trenton press conference on Monday (h/t Asbury Park Press).

 

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  1. Does anybody really think Christie will tear himself away from campaigning for his new best friend, the ignorant bigot Donald Trump, to do something that concerns the State of NJ? Fat chance (pun intended). I guess we’ll see if he bothers to show up.

    Something needs to be done to get this arrogant bully out of office. Why isn’t he impeached, or recalled? He is not doing the job to which he was elected. Why should we have to put up with having him spit in our faces while we are paying his salary for a job he is not doing. He’s a disgrace.

    And why isn’t he indicted for Bridgegate? Doesn’t anybody in this crappy little state do the right thing?

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