Christie campaigns in Secaucus
Sep 18, 2013 | 2498 views | 0 0 comments | 56 56 recommendations | email to a friend | print
SECAUCUS -- Gov. Christopher Christie paid homage to public service during a campaign stop in Secaucus on Wednesday, encouraging hundreds of people who crowded the teen center on Front Street to give back to their community. Christie came to Secaucus shortly after an appearance in Newark where he helped celebrate the new Panasonic national headquarters opening. Panasonic relocated from Secaucus to Newark to take advantage of state business incentives.

Secaucus officials, however, greeted Christie with great enthusiasm; as the governor greeted Michael Marra outside of Marra’s Drug store and then took a short walk up Front Street where crowds of people cheered him on. Mayor Michael Gonnelli and many of the Town Council members – who last month endorsed Christie for reelection – were on hand to greet him.

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