President Obama will discuss tax breaks for small businesses on his trip to New Jersey tomorrow.
According to a report in The Star Ledger, Obama will head to a local Edison sub shop to talk about loans and tax incentives for small businesses that are working their way through Congress.
While both of the state’s Democratic Senators reportedly plan to attend, it’s unclear if Republican Chris Christie will be on hand. A spokesman told PolitickerNJ that Christie “will attend if he is invited. That has not yet been confirmed.”
The president, who was last in New Jersey to stump for then Gov. Jon Corzine in his re-election bid, was originally scheduled to come to the Garden State in May, but canceled the trip to head to the Gulf Coast to attend to the massive oil leak that is ravaging the Gulf waters.