New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who toppled Democrat Jon Corzine in 2009 as voters grew weary of the state’s economic slump, may be on the wrong end of the same issue as he seeks a second term in November.
In recent years, Senator Rand Paul has called for abolishment of the Internal Revenue Service. He’s urged an audit of the Federal Reserve. He’s questioned the constitutionality of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Herman Cain, a one-time pizza magnate and sunny-skies orator, is entering a new phase of scrutiny after a wave of Republican Party dissatisfaction with its presidential choices thrust him into second place in a Bloomberg News-Washington Post poll.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has narrowed the race against President Barack Obama by showing assertiveness on national security and taxes. Now those positions may be working against him.
Governor Chris Christie’s image as a cost-cutter may have started cracking the moment he boarded a state police helicopter to get to his son’s high-school baseball game, leaving New Jersey with a $2,500 bill.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican who hasn’t said whether he’ll seek re-election next year, surged to a record-high favorability rating following his response to superstorm Sandy, according to a poll.