Christie Stumps for 19 Republicans Outside New Jersey
By Andrew Ramonas | October 26, 2021 2:46 pm

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has been hitting the campaign trail hard this election season. The former U.S. Attorney, who has been mentioned as a potential Republican presidential candidate in 2012, appeared at dinners, rallies and other events in support of 19 Republican candidates from Massachusetts to Oregon since becoming his state’s governor in January, Congressional Quarterly reported Tuesday.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie stumps at a rally for Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker. (Creative Commons)

The candidates include:

  • California gubernatorial nominee Meg Whitman (who Christie infamously saved from a heckler).
  • New Mexico gubernatorial nominee Susana Martinez.
  • Ohio gubernatorial nominee John Kasich.
  • Iowa gubernatorial nominee Terry Branstad.
  • Illinois gubernatorial nominee Bill Brady.
  • Wisconsin gubernatorial nominee Scott Walker.
  • Michigan gubernatorial nominee Rick Snyder.
  • Connecticut gubernatorial nominee Tom Foley.
  • Pennsylvania gubernatorial nominee Tom Corbett, a former U.S. Attorney.
  • Maryland gubernatorial nominee Bob Ehrlich.
  • Massachusetts gubernatorial nominee Charlie Baker.
  • Minnesota gubernatorial nominee Tom Emmer.
  • Oregon gubernatorial nominee Chris Dudley.
  • Senate nominee Linda McMahon in Connecticut.
  • Senate nominee Marco Rubio in Florida.
  • House nominee and former U.S. Attorney Pat Meehan in Pennsylvania.
  • House nominee Mike Fitzpatrick in Pennsylvania.
  • Rep. Charlie Dent in Pennsylvania.
  • Rep. Jim Gerlach in Pennsylvania.

Christie has also campaigned for all New Jersey Republicans campaigning for seats in the House, and will grace the Indiana Republican Party’s annual fall dinner Tuesday night.

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