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Christie Will Decide On Presidential Bid After November Elections

(Trenton, NJ) -- New Jersey Governor Chris Christie says he'll decide whether he'll run for president after the November elections. He was asked about his intentions at a town hall meeting yesterday on the Jersey Shore and said, quote, "I'm thinking about it." A new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll shows 57 percent of New Jerseyans expect Christie to throw his hat in the ring, and nearly half think his state agenda is crafted with an eye toward a White House run.

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