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Town hall attendee calls NJ Governor Chris Christie “hot and sexy”

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At the March 3, 2011 town hall with Gov. Chris Christie, a New Jersey resident got a little personal with the governor in a rather unusual way.

“I think having a governor that is smart and that has the perseverance to do what’s right is hot and sexy,” she told Christie.

Watch the video, uploaded to YouTube on March 9, 2011, below:

H/T to The Hill

[Image via the Office of the Governor of New Jersey]

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