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After graduating in 1984 from the University of Delaware, he earned a J. Christie's father and mother were Republican and Democratic, respectively.
Christie won the 2009 Republican primary for Governor of New Jersey, defeating the incumbent in the general election. After the start of his second term as governor, Christie's standing was damaged by the controversy over traffic jams created by his staff.
The lawsuit was settled out of court, with Christie acknowledging that the prosecutor had actually convened an "inquiry" instead of an "investigation", and apologizing for the error, which he said was unintentional.
Following the election, the defeated incumbents filed a defamation lawsuit against Christie based on statements made during the primary campaign.
Christie had incorrectly stated that the incumbents were under "investigation" for violating certain local laws.
In 1993, Christie launched a primary challenge against the New Jersey Senate Majority Leader, John H. However, Christie's campaign ended after Dorsey successfully challenged the validity of Christie's petition to appear on the ballot.In 1994, Christie was elected as a Republican to the Board of Chosen Freeholders for Morris County, New Jersey, after he and a running mate defeated incumbent freeholders in the party primary.Christie graduated from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Arts in political science in 1984 and Seton Hall University School of Law with a J. Later in life, he was awarded honorary doctorate degrees by Rutgers University and Monmouth University.Christie specialized in securities law, appellate practice, election law, and government affairs.
Attorney for New Jersey, a position he held 2002–2008.He has credited, however, his Democratic-leaning mother for indirectly making him a Republican by encouraging him in 1977 to volunteer for the gubernatorial candidate who became his role model: Tom Kean. He was admitted to the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Bar of the United States District Court, District of New Jersey, in December 1987.