Gov. Chris Christie will hold his first town hall in recent months on Wednesday, a day after his scheduled fiscal year 2016 budget address, according to an announcement by the front office today.
It will be Christie’s 128th town hall, and he’s expected to follow up on his proposed budget and reform initiatives for New Jersey, in addition to answering questions from members of the audience, the office said.
The event also comes amid lingering frustrations over the governor’s lack of public availability in recent months. Christie, a Republican presidential hopeful mulling a 2016 campaign for his party’s nomination, has not held a press conference with New Jersey reporters since October.
Details of the event below:
WHO: Governor Chris Christie
WHAT: 128th Town Hall
WHEN: 3:00 p.m.
WHERE: Moorestown Recreation Center
111 West Second Street
PRESS: OPEN, No Availability