New Jersey Governor Christie unveils presidential campaign website

June 28, 2015 01:33


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WASHINGTON - Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, days before he is to formally announce he is running for US president, tweeted a link on Saturday to a website touting his campaign.

Featuring the slogan "Telling it like it is," the site,, has slots for supporters to sign up and a button for donations.

"Are you ready? Sign up. Donate. And help in our effort to keep #TellingItLikeItIs," the governor said on Twitter.

Christie, 52, is expected to announce on Tuesday that he will seek the Republican nomination for president in 2016, a source familiar with his plans said on Thursday.

Christie, a controversial figure in New Jersey politics seen as honest and plain spoken by supporters and a bully by detractors, will be joining more than a dozen Republicans already in the race for the party's nomination.

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