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Christie had incorrectly stated that the incumbents were under "investigation" for violating certain local laws.The lawsuit was settled out of court, with Christie acknowledging that the prosecutor had actually convened an "inquiry" instead of an "investigation", and apologizing for the error, which he said was unintentional.Alongside fellow partner and later, gubernatorial campaign fundraiser Bill Palatucci, Christie's firm opened an office in the state capital, Trenton, devoted mainly to lobbying.the Securities Industry Association to block the inclusion of securities fraud under the state's Consumer Fraud Act; Hackensack University Medical Center for state grants; and the University of Phoenix for a New Jersey higher education license.Christie received the overwhelming support of the Republican Party in New Jersey.A spokesperson for Acting Governor Donald Di Francesco, who selected nominees for the position, said that he received hundreds of letters of support for Christie "from everyone from the Assembly speaker down to the county level, close to every member of the Legislature and every county chairman." Christie was also a top fundraiser for Bush's 2000 presidential campaign.Christie became an ABC News contributor in 2018 after leaving office. Christie won the 2009 Republican primary for Governor of New Jersey, defeating the incumbent Jon Corzine in the general election.Christie was born in Newark and raised in Livingston. He was elected county freeholder (legislator) for Morris County, serving from 1995 to 1998. During his first term, he was credited with cutting spending, capping property tax growth, and was praised for his response to and recovery efforts after Hurricane Sandy, and was re-elected by a wide margin in 2013.
Bucco and Carroll, the establishment candidates, defeated the up-and-comers by a wide margin. Murphy, who had falsely accused Christie of having the county pay his legal bills in the architect's lawsuit, was sued by Christie after the election.
According to New Jersey's senior Senator, Bob Torricelli, Christie promised to appoint a "professional" with federal courtroom experience as deputy if confirmed.
By Senate tradition, if a state's senior Senator opposes the nomination of a U. Attorney, the nomination is effectively dead, but Christie's promise was enough for Torricelli to give the nomination his blessing.
After this loss, Christie's bid for re-nomination to the freeholder board was unlikely, as unhappy Republicans recruited John J. They settled out of court with the Freeholders admitting wrongdoing and apologizing.
When Christie's part-time position as a Chosen Freeholder lapsed, he returned full attention to his law firm Dughi, Hewit & Palatucci.