These days it's amazing to see a Republican Governor and a Democratic President work so well together. Earlier today I heard Governor Christie say he's not worried about the politics, he just wants to get New Jersey back again. The the way it should be. At this point Gov. Christie appears to be a shoe-in for reelection. He will be perfect poised to run for president in 2016. As conservative governor from a blue state, he may have what it takes to win. The real question is will he be able to get the nomination?
May 28, 2013
Seven months after they made political waves touring the damaged New Jersey coastline together, President Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie reunited on the Jersey Shore as the president assessed the recovery and rebuilding efforts of the beach communities devastated by Superstorm Sandy.
"We're still rebuilding after Sandy. Now, we all understand that there is still a lot of work to be done," the president said before a crowd of 3,800 at the Asbury Park Convention Hall in Asbury Park, N.J. "There are homes to rebuild, there are businesses to reopen, there are landmarks and beaches and boardwalks that aren't all the way back yet -- but thanks to the hard work of an awful lot of people, we've got wonderful shops and restaurants and arcades that are opening their doors. And I saw what thousands of Americans saw over Memorial Day weekend. You are stronger than the storm."
President Obama and Gov. Christie Reunite to Tour Sandy Repairs on Jersey Shore - ABC News