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  1. Christie’s Wife Quits Wall Street Amid Buzz

    What does this mean for his campaign? Mary Pat Christie has resigned, setting off speculation that she had to prepare to campaign for her husband, New Jersey governor Chris Christie, in a potential campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. Christie’s approval ratings are at an all-time low is his home state, but governors and widely accepted as more popular presidential candidates than politicians who originate in the Senate. If the governor runs, he’ll be up against senators Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul, as well as former Florida governor Jeb Bush.

     NYT, Reuters

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