The portrait will hang in the Statehouse along with New Jersey’s 54 governors before him.
It’s a part of former Gov. Chris Christie that will never leave the New Jersey Statehouse.
The former governor is slated to unveil his official portrait Monday night. The painting will eventually join the 54 other images of New Jersey governors that hang along the hallways of the Statehouse once the building reopens in mid-2022.
Christie’s portrait will be unveiled during a private event in Princeton at the Morven Museum and Garden, which served as the governor’s residence before Drumthwacket.
These events used to be joined with fanfare, with the