Gov. Chris Christie (R) said New Jersey residents should vote on the right of gay and lesbian people to marry, during a town hall in Bridgewater, New Jersey this morning. “Let’s put the question of same sex marriage on the ballot,” Christie said. “It shouldn’t be decided by 121 people in Trenton.” The state legislature is currently considering legislation to legalize marriage equality. Christie said he would veto it if it makes it to his desk.
Christie Twitted out a video of his remarks: