Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Christie, Guadagno In Cherry Hill
Few candidates have spent more time in South Jersey than gubernatorial candidate Chris Christie.
Chris cares about South Jersey. He knows South Jersey. And he understands South Jersey because he's been here and he's invested time listening to the people of South Jersey. He knows how upset we are about property taxes, runaway state spending, big state deficits, mismanagement of the state government and rampant corruption.
Chris Christie and running mate Kim Guadagno came to Cherry Hill again today and met with a room full of mostly senior citizens at the Grand Apartments just off Route 70.
After a week off the campaign trail for a family vacation at the Jersey shore Chris looked tan and rested. He was sharp and refreshed.
Chris and Kim received a very warm welcome from the audience.
GOP candidates in Camden County have already knocked on 7,000 doors and their phone volunteers have made thousands of calls.
Here's what they tell me: People are angry - very angry.
They're angry about property taxes, reckless spending and corruption.
And they're angry at Jon Corzine and his cronies.
Still, it won't be easy to dislodge an entrenched Democrat machine.
Chris and Kim know this.
That's why they're working tireless to get their message across.