Recall of Chris Christie from office is a longshot
TRENTON, N.J. — If Gov. Chris Christie’s term in office is ended early, it’s going to be up to him to make the call.
In 1993, New Jersey adopted provisions allowing for recall elections, but residents angry about Christie’s frequent absences from the state and his endorsement of Donald Trump for president have high hurdles to clear if they want to take action to force Christie out.
There have only been three gubernatorial recall elections held in U.S. history. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survived a 2012 recall attempt, the most recent. In 2003, California voters successfully recalled Gray... read more