Aug 05 2015

Chris Christie’s Personality is Selling Point, but New Hampshire May Not Be Buying

MANCHESTER, N.H. — He flew to this state immediately after announcing his presidential candidacy and burned nearly a half-million dollars on his initial ad purchase, directed at voters here. He has locked down the former state Republican chairman to lead his New Hampshire campaign. And he has already held more than a dozen town-hall-style events in the state.

Despite Chris Christie’s intense focus on winning New Hampshire, many local Republicans are not exactly enamored with the New Jersey governor. Interviews over the last month with dozens of current and former New Hampshire Republican Party town and county chairmen and chairwomen, officials and voters struck three consistent concerns about the Christie campaign’s chances here: the size of the field, his brushes with controversy at home and, perhaps most worrisome for his campaign, his personality.

Full Story: Chris Christie’s Personality Is Selling Point, but New Hampshire May Not Be Buying – The New York Times

1 comment

  1. Kaylin

    It seems YouTube is becoming incliasengry politicized. YouTube should hold itself to a high standard of balanced coverage by highlighting different viewpoints in regard to this and other political issues.

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