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He helped raise 0,000 for Bush, qualifying him as a "Pioneer", and also donated to Di Francesco.Democrats seized upon the role played by Bush's political adviser, Karl Rove, after Christie's law partner, William Palatucci, a Republican political consultant and Bush supporter, boasted that he had selected a United States attorney by forwarding Christie's résumé to Rove.From 1999 to 2001, Christie was registered statehouse lobbyist for Dughi and Hewit. Following the campaign, Christie decided to run for office, and moved to Mendham Township.In 1993, Christie launched a primary challenge against the New Jersey Senate Majority Leader, John H. However, Christie's campaign ended after Dorsey successfully challenged the validity of Christie's petition to appear on the ballot.
A spokesperson for Acting Governor Donald Di Francesco, who selected nominees for the position, said that he received hundreds of letters of support for Christie "from everyone from the Assembly speaker down to the county level, close to every member of the Legislature and every county chairman." Christie was also a top fundraiser for Bush's 2000 presidential campaign.
The architect then sued Christie for defamation over remarks he made about the dismissal, eventually dropping the suit without explanation.
In 1995, Christie announced a bid for a seat in the New Jersey General Assembly; he and attorney Rick Merkt ran as a ticket against incumbent Assemblyman Anthony Bucco and attorney Michael Patrick Carroll in the Republican primary.
He has credited, however, his Democratic-leaning mother for indirectly making him a Republican by encouraging him in 1977 to volunteer for the gubernatorial candidate who became his role model: Tom Kean. He was admitted to the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Bar of the United States District Court, District of New Jersey, in December 1987.
Christie graduated from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Arts in political science in 1984 and Seton Hall University School of Law with a J. He was awarded honorary doctorate degrees by Rutgers University and Monmouth University in 2010.
Soon after the election, Christie was replaced on the transition team by Mike Pence, as were three of Christie's associates.