WEST WINDSOR, N.J. (AP) — Gov. Chris Christie will be campaigning with New Jersey's Republican candidate for U.S. Senate on Monday.
The governor hopes to give state Sen. Joe Kyrillos' campaign a boost by appearing with his friend of 20 years at a diner in West Windsor.
The two last appeared together in February when Christie endorsed Kyrillos to run against Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez.
Christie and Menendez are well-known adversaries. Their dislike for one another dates back six years to when Christie, as a federal prosecutor, subpoenaed Menendez during his first U.S. Senate campaign. The probe went nowhere.
Christie says he'll be visible in the campaign's final weeks.
The governor has been raising money for Kyrillos, who trails by double-digits.
New Jersey has not elected a Republican senator since the '70s.
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