State of the State Address Postponed; Christie Scheduled to Give DeCroce Eulogy

January 10, 2012 | Politics
Sudden death of Assemblyman Alex DeCroce (R) prompts Governor Christie to postpone his State of the State address; scheduled to eulogize DeCroce today.

Updated: Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Breaking News – The sudden death of Assemblyman Alex DeCroce (R) has prompted Governor Christie to postpone his State of the State address which was scheduled for today at 3 p.m. to sometime next week. Governor Christie will still pay a visit to the Legislature today to eulogize Assemblyman DeCroce, a close friend. The eulogy is scheduled for 1 p.m. and NJTV will provide live coverage when it begins. NJToday will have more on this developing story.

Published: Monday, January 9, 2012

NJTV will broadcast Governor Chris Christie’s State of the State address live on Tuesday, January 10 at 3 pm ET (check local listings). It will be the first coverage of this speech in high definition.

In a one-hour special, NJToday‘s Managing Editor Mike Schneider will anchor NJTV’s broadcast live from NJToday‘s new studio at the DuMont Television Center at Montclair State University. Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron will report live from the State House in Trenton.

NJTV’s one-hour live coverage will include the Governor’s speech in its entirety along with commentary and analysis of the speech.

Additionally, Tuesday evening’s NJToday news program, with Managing Editor Mike Schneider as host, will include further commentary about the governor’s remarks.

NJTV will repeat the State of the State address broadcast on Tuesday night at 10 pm and early Wednesday morning at 2 am. The speech will also be streamed live from the Governor’s page on livestream.com/governorchrischristie and carried simultaneously on this site. After the address, NJTV will archive the video of the speech in its entirety for easy access any time.

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