Gov. Christie draws mixed reaction at town hall meeting

UNION TOWNSHIP - The governor got his town hall tour back on the road today after a two-month hiatus, but not everyone was happy to see him.

Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) typically uses the meetings to announce his policy ideas and push for public support against Democrats in the Legislature. At the Boys and Girls Club in Union Township, the governor was met with supporters as well as some that weren't as supportive.

Those inside the event ate up what Christie had to say about ethics, as well as Democrats in the Legislature. Those outside the town hall, including dozens of firefighters and police officers, felt the event was more style than substance.

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