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Governor Christie: Camden Revitalization Makes New Jersey An Even Better Place

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Published on Jul 24, 2012

Cooper Medical School Opening. July 24, 2012 (Transcript Below)

Governor Christie: To say that when you're Governor of New Jersey want the entire state to thrive and do well, that it's not good enough for just one section of our state to do well. That if all sections of our state don't do well then that is a mark on the entire state and on its leadership. I look forward to continuing to work for this region of the state as much as we possibly can to realize a real revitalization of Camden and this region because when that happens, it will make New Jersey an even greater place, and that benefits all 8.8 million citizens in this state -- not just the people who live here and around it. So, thank you all very much.



And so, I've gotten a lot of compliments from the speakers today, and I appreciate that, but I feel like all I'm doing is doing what I promised what I would do when I ran for this job. Which was to put greater attention on the areas of this state that had not gotten official attention over the course of time. And I know when folks here in South Jersey here that from a guy from north Jersey they say yeah sure. So, I knew that I had a big hill to climb on, and we are in the mist of climbing but because of all the work that we've done together regardless of party, regardless of where you live in this state, where your grew up, we're working together to make sure that cast away the mistrusts, the doubts and the suspicions of the past not through the use of words but through deeds.

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