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New Jersey Gov. Christie Argues With Voter on Election Day

(Nick Corasaniti/Twitter)

By    |   Tuesday, 07 November 2017 01:35 PM

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie argued with a voter on Tuesday, the day his state elects a new governor.

New York Times correspondent Nick Corasaniti captured the argument in a video that he posted on Twitter.

The voter asked Christie why he did not merge two New Jersey towns.

"I never said I was going to merge the two towns," Christie said.

He encouraged the voter to run for office and make the change herself.

"Be the voice to do it. No, I know, that's too hard… it's easier to sit here and complain," Christie said to the voter. "That's the joy of public service. It's serving folks like you that is really such a unique joy. It really is. You're fabulous."

Christie, the outgoing governor, is the least popular governor in New Jersey history, according to a July poll in Politico.

The governor's support for President Donald Trump made him less popular in his state, Christie said in October.

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