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September 01, 2012


Brown Challenges Christie to a 3 Mile Race

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) spoke to the California delegation at the Republican National Convention and said they "made the bad choice by going with an old retread" in electing Gov. Jerry Brown (D), the Los Angeles Times reports.

Said Christie: "Jerry Brown? I mean, he won the New Jersey presidential primary over Jimmy Carter when I was 14 years old."

Brown responded while speaking to a local union that while he has "not as much hair" as he did back then, he still "ran three miles in 29 minutes two nights ago." He then challenged the New Jersey governor to a three-mile race, a push-up contest and a chin-up contest.

Said Brown: "Whatever he wants to bet. I have no doubt of the outcome."

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