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Chris Christie to raise money with Mitt Romney, Charlie Baker

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Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey will visit Massachusetts Thursday to raise money for the Republican Governors Association. Joining Christie, currently embroiled in a lane-closing controversy, will be Mitt Romney, former Massachusetts governor and 2012 Republican presidential nominee, and Charlie Baker, who is seeking the Republican gubernatorial nomination this year. The fund-raiser is scheduled at the home of Jim Davis, chairman of New Balance. Davis was a prominent supporter of Romney’s 2012 campaign, donating heavily to Restore Our Future, a super PAC that backed Romney. At a National Governors Association conference over the weekend, Christie, who chairs the organization, reportedly kept a low profile and avoided questions about the traffic flap.

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