SPECIAL TO NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM
Always interesting and provocative New Jersey Governor Chris Christie talks with Emmy Award-winning broadcaster Steve Adubato about a range of important issues from NJ’s post-Sandy recovery to the Governor’s presidential aspirations - LIVE!
Produced by the Caucus Educational Corporation, this one-hour live special will broadcast in primetime on WNET, NJTV and stream live on NJ.com on Monday, Dec. 22nd at 8:00pm
Anything and everything will be up for discussion.
Jobs and the economy will likely be among the topics to take center stage. The New Jersey unemployment rate dropped to 6.4%, down from almost 10% In Jan 2010. November job numbers show 6,700 jobs were added, bringing the total number of private sector jobs created under the Christie Administration to more than 153,000 .
That’s good news for the Governor.
However, the governor’s ratings with New Jersey voters are lukewarm at best, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll. Showing little change from October, 44 percent of registered voters feel favorable toward Christie, while 46 percent feel unfavorable. Christie’s overall job approval is a little better: 48 percent approve and 47 percent disapprove.