JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) — Gov. Chris Christie has some advice for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney: Be yourself.
Romney has enjoyed a bump in most polls after last week's debate. Christie says in order to maintain that, Romney needs to keep showing the American people who he is.
Christie has already made numerous appearances on behalf of Romney and is headed to Ohio to campaign for him. Christie says he'll likely go to Wisconsin and Indiana too. He says he's gotten "lots of" requests from the Romney campaign to make more appearances.
Speaking at a family support center in Jersey City on Tuesday, Christie added that despite Romney's recent surge, it would be unwise to underestimate President Barack Obama, whom he called "a political force."