Republican Governors Association

Chris Christie Would Have Been Defeated In The 2014 Wave

Had Chris Christie been on the ballot this year he might very well have gone down to defeat for the same reasons Democratic candidates for Governor had a bad day at the ballot box – high taxes and out-of-control state spending.

Scott Walker Moves to Smooth Christie Flap

Alexander Burns, Politico

Wis. Gov. Scott Walker moved abruptly to calm a simmering controversy over the nat'l GOP’s involvement in his reelection campaign, backtracking on a series of chilly statements about the support he’s received from the Repub. Governors Assoc. and its chairman, NJ Gov. Chris Christie.

2 Weeks Out, RGA Reduces Spending in Wis.?

Stephen F. hayes & John McCormack, Weekly Standard

Is the Republican Governors Assoc. reducing its planned spending in one of the highest-profile and tightest gubernatorial contests in the country? If so, why? And why would the RGA spend more on Rick Snyder than Scott Walker?

Cuccinelli to Christie: Resign as RGA Head

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Former VA A.G. and Repub. guv. candidate Ken Cuccinelli said Gov. Chris Christie should resign as chairman of the powerful Republican Governors Assoc. because the scandals Christie is dealing with may tarnish the GOP brand and make him an ineffective surrogate.