BY FRANCESCA PHILLIPPY
TRENTON – Governor Chris Christie appealed to the Republican Party in Colorado, stating that as a group they need to drop the anti-abortion fight.
This is Christie’s attempt to bring more citizens to the party by allowing a more open conversation with those in favor of pro-choice. Christie is becoming more aware that if a Republican is going to fill the seat of President in the 2016 election there needs to be a more open discussion of issues with the voting population.
"People want folks who are authentic and who believe what they say is true, but also who are tolerant and willing to listen to other points of view," Christie said in his talk held in conjunction with the Republican Governors Association.