Christie trades words with hecklers in NH

EDISON - Gov. Chris Christie was in New Hampshire this weekend to campaign for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

Hecklers interrupted the governor while speaking at a "grassroots rally" Sunday night in Exeter. They chanted "Christie kills jobs."

The governor countered the hecklers saying, "Christie kills jobs, really? You know something may go down tonight but it ain't gonna be jobs sweetheart."

The trip marks the third time Christie has traveled to campaign on Romney's behalf. He went to Iowa twice last month for fundraisers and to meet with voters.

Christie endorsed the former Massachusetts governor in October shortly after deciding that he didn't want to run for the White House himself in 2012.

News 12 New Jersey will have results from the New Hampshire primaries tomorrow night as they come in.

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