Gregory J. Truitt of Medford, NJ Considers Possibility of GOP Convention Keynote by Chris Christie
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie may be delivering the keynote speech at the Republican National Convention. Gregory J. Truitt of Medford, NJ believes this is a good choice for the GOP.
Medford, NJ (I-Newswire) August 6, 2012 - USA Today reports that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been asked to give the keynote address at the Republican National Convention. Scheduled to take place in August in Tampa, Florida, the GOP will formally nominate Mitt Romney as its presidential candidate at this event. As such, this is an address that will draw the attention of the majority of the political party—and even some members of other political affiliations. Gregory J. Truitt of Medford, NJ believes that Gov. Christie is a good choice for the GOP.
The article asserts that Gov. Christie's appearance has not been confirmed; however, the keynote address is a "coveted job" that provides a great deal of coverage for the individual who delivers it. As such, it often proves to be a positive career move to accept the offer to give this address. USA Today asserts that several now prominent politicians, including Barack Obama, Rudy Giuliani, and Colin Powell, have all boosted their careers through keynote addresses for their respective parties.
Gov. Christie is a very popular member of the GOP who has been rumored as a top choice for Romney's running mate; however, Gov. Christie has indicated that he is not at all interested in playing the role of Vice President despite the fact that he is, as the article describes, "a frequent surrogate for Mitt Romney." In fact, Gov. Christie has played a major role in raising the funding necessary for Romney's campaign.
"Governor Christie delivering the GOP Convention keynote is an interesting strategic move by the GOP, due to Governor Christie's approach to beginning the process of turning around a state that is in a dire financial situation as a result of government overspending," comments Gregory J. Truitt of Medford, NJ. "Having Governor Christie set the tone for the National Convention by pointing to New Jersey's model of fiscal responsibility, at the state level, should be an attractive option to those who are concerned with overspending at the federal government level."
Regardless of who delivers the keynote, it is certain that this is an address that will capture the attention of millions of Americans. With the presidential stakes higher than ever before, and the nation's future hanging in the balance, both the Republican and Democratic parties are certain to put their best foot forward throughout the rest of campaign season.
Gregory J. Truitt of Medford, NJ graduated from La Salle University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Through graduate, undergraduate, and continuing education courses, this organization supports the academic and professional goals of its students. For this reason, Gregory J. Truitt of Medford, NJ is a strong advocate of the school and spends a great deal of time volunteering to further the efforts of the educational institution. Additionally, Gregory J. Truitt of Medford, NJ is a supporter of the GOP and is interested in the healthcare industry.
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