New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s (R) first town hall of his second term on Thursday was consumed by Superstorm Sandy relief fund issues, with no mention of the bridge scandal.
A few hundred constituents attended the meeting, many of whom pressed the governor on why they haven’t received financial aid yet to fix damage from the October 2012 storm.
The governor’s answer was to criticize the Obama administration for not being more engaged with his state’s recovery after Sandy.
“I just want to go home,” said one woman, among many who desperately asked Christie for help.
“If the checkbook was at my disposal … and not have the federal government involved, you’d probably be home already,” Christie replied.
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