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Gov. Chris Christie set to host next town hall forum to talk about budget in Union County

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TRENTON, New Jersey — Gov. Chris Christie is set to host another town hall meeting.

Christie will host his 133rd town hall meeting in Kenilworth on Tuesday to continue pitching his proposed budget and pension reform initiatives.

Christie is expected to continue hammering his message that the state is spending too much on pension and health benefit costs for public workers. He's also expected to answer audience questions.

Residents can RSVP for the event at Harding Elementary School at Townhall.Kenilworth@nj.gov. Seating is on a first come, first serve basis. Doors open at 2 p.m.

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