Phil Murphy Beats Kim Guadagno To Succeed Christie As N.J. Governor


Phil Murphy Beats Kim Guadagno To Succeed Christie As N.J. Governor
Phil Murphy, a former Wall Street executive and diplomat with no previous elected experience but deep pockets and strong ties to the Democratic Party, beat Republican Kim Guadagno to succeed Chris Christie as New Jersey’s governor. Murphy entered Convention Hall in Asbury Park to a crowd of supporters following his victory to deliver his first post-election speech. (Video by Andre Malok | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com)

  • Show Comments (11)

  • MrQbenDanny

    Same old script, in a year it’s worse. Shut up blowhard .

  • Anonymous

    LOL GOODBYE NJ!!! ECONOMY GONE!!!

  • mobg813

    America !!!

  • Bowers First

    Great

  • Gregg Blade

    VICTORY

  • Joe S

    No surprise a Democrat won in NJ. Bet the liberal mainstream media is jizzing

  • El Perro Loco

    Congratulations Phil Murphy.

  • KungFuChess

    Arrivederci Christie!

  • Un-Joshed

    Victoryyyy

  • ox Biggun

    Congratulations Gov. Phil Murphy, make a positive history and do not let that wind bite. New Jersey loves you.

  • genuineuni

    Phil Murphy plans a Holocaust on New Jersey.

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