Christie left something 'unsaid' in Garfield

May 2, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: NorthJersey.com

Governor Christie came to Garfield on Wednesday for a town hall meeting. Shirley Williams, whose 19-year-old son, Malik, was shot to death by police in a Garfield garage five months ago, came to ask the governor about her son.

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Quiles

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As a big supporter of the governor.I must say he did not impress me. He left alot to be desire he did not address the issues in my community . Very disappointed he did not take any question
From the residents in Garfield .mr governor you owe us an apology . Mr Quiles
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When the Governor came to Clifton in the beginning of his Town Meetings it was an honor to have him come here. He's the Governor of all the people no matter what party we belong to. He informs first hand of his positions and is a breath of fresh air with his frankness. Yes he sometimes comes over too strong but you know what it's his style and we are getting used to it. The polls today continue to say NJ is on the right track by almost 60%. If someone wants an individual answer write -e-mail or call his office. He brought honor to Garfield by showing up in YOUR town. Good luck to you all on your elections today.

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