After a disappointing loss in New Hampshire Tuesday, NJ Gov. Chris Christie said he will return to the Garden State Wednesday to wait for the final results of the primary election to be tallied before deciding on whether to continue seeking the 2016 GOP nomination for the presidential race.
With most of New Jersey now under a blizzard watch for this weekend, Gov. Chris Christie plans to remain on the campaign trail in New Hampshire, rather than making his way back to the Garden State as the storm approaches.
There are less than two weeks to go before the Feb. 1 Iowa caucuses and roughly three weeks away from the Feb. 9 New Hampshire primary, but while Gov. Chris Christie trails some other GOP hopefuls in both states, one political expert advised against counting him out.