Yesterday, WMUR/CNN put out their latest New Hampshire state poll that has Christie in 3rd place at 9%. This new poll is just another sign of the continued momentum the campaign is feeling on the ground. Christie heads back to New Hampshire on Friday for a town hall in Wolfeboro with Sen. Jeb Bradley.
New Hampshire Union Leader - More endorsements for Christie
In Iowa, Clear Lake Mayor Nelson Crabb and Cerro Gordo County Republican Chairwoman Barb Hovland endorsed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for president. Both stated Christie's experience as a former federal prosecutor and as a governor as key factors in their support.
Mason City Gazette - Christie picks up two North Iowa endorsements
Christie is also continuing to pressure on Republicans in Congress to restore NSA metadata program before this session ends.
Washington Post Right Turn - Christie keeps the focus on the National Security Agency
As he said in an interview with Right Turn on Monday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is urging Congress to act on the National Security Agency's metadata program. In a written statement today, he urged…This does a few things for Christie. First, it reinforces his message that he is the candidate whose top priority is national security. Other candidates are obsessed with immigration or the debt, but Christie has made clear for months that this is his priority.