Governor delivered his third State of the State address Tuesday in Trenton.
It’s been a consistent refrain from Gov. Chris Christie’s office following Hurricane Sandy’s landing on New Jersey’s shores. Make no mistake about it, he told the assembled crowd of lawmakers at the Statehouse Tuesday afternoon, New Jersey will be back. As expected, much of Christie’s State of the State address focused on Sandy’s impact on New Jersey and the ongoing effort to see those areas most devastated by the storm restored as quickly as possible. During the approximately 45-minute speech, one that was marked by several standing ovations—many of them for Christie, some for residents who performed heroically during and after Sandy—the governor appealed for bipartisanship in politics at both the state and national level as New Jersey …
We'll stream the video over Caldwells Patch site and get your thoughts on our live blog.
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
We'll be streaming Gov. Chris Christie's State of the State address Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 4 p.m. here on Caldwells Patch. The governor will spend about an hour discussing his plans for the coming year. He's expected to talk about possible changes to the state's education system, property tax reform, and how he hopes to get the state budget under control. We'll also give you a chance to add your thoughts in our live blog, plus we'll add our own observations, including from Huffington Post political reporter (and former Westfield Patch editor) John Celock. You don't need to do anything special to watch the webcast. Just come to Caldwells Patch and click on the "Play" button on the video. If you miss the live webcast, check back later …