Christie continues campaigning in New Hampshire ahead of primaries

Chris Christie holds a town hall meeting at a firehouse in Milford, New Hampshire Wednesday evening.

Chris Christie holds a town hall meeting at a firehouse in Milford, New Hampshire Wednesday evening. (2/3/16)

MILFORD, N.H. - With less than a week to go before the presidential primaries in New Hampshire, Gov. Chris Christie is hoping to convince voters he is the man for the job.

Christie spoke for several hours at a town hall event at a firehouse in Milford, New Hampshire Wednesday. He answered questions from voters about the military, drug addiction and the threat of terrorism.

Many voters in New Hampshire tell News 12 New Jersey that they are still undecided about who they will vote for in the primary. Christie says that he is hopeful he can change their minds.

The governor has several more town hall events scheduled over the next few days. He is also set to participate in another Republican debate.

Republican frontrunners Ted Cruz and Donald Trump also held campaign events Wednesday.

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