- The Washington Times - Monday, January 5, 2015

Fresh off his Dallas Cowboys’ win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is set to go on an unrelated victory lap of sorts, traveling to a number of gubernatorial inaugurations of Republicans he helped guide to victory in the fall.

Mr. Christie, who chaired the Republican Governors Association during a hugely successful 2014 cycle, will head to Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s inauguration on Jan. 6; Mr. Scott won re-election in a hard-fought contest against former Gov. and former Republican Charlie Crist, now a Democrat.

He’s then scheduled to hit up the swearing-in for Massachusetts Gov.-elect Charlie Baker, who scored a major coup for the GOP in the deep-blue state, as well as the ceremony for Ohio Gov. John Kasich, Politico said.

Other planned stops: Illinois for Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner, South Carolina for Gov. Nikki Haley, Iowa for Gov. Terry Branstad and Maryland for Gov.-elect Larry Hogan.



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