After winning reelection to a second term as governor, Chris Christie was named chairman of the Republican Governors Association and embarked on a year of campaigning and fundraising for Republicans across the nation, among other travels. He spent roughly a third of 2014 out of state. All that was part of a strategy to boost his chances in this year’s presidential election. Last year, the governor spent more time out of state than in: 261 days or more than 7 of every 10. With presidential primary voting imminent, the governor spent just one week in state in January 2016.
You can follow along with Christie’s trips and see what he was doing on his travels by exploring the visualization below.