While Gov. Chris Christie's 111th town hall meeting was held in Long Hill Township in Morris County Wednesday morning, a handful of protesters from around the state set up shop with signs and propaganda to denounce the governor for two ongoing scandals.
Analulia Mejia of Glen Ridge stood on the street corner in the driving snow and let anyone within earshot hear her thoughts on the Bridgegate scandal, as well as calling for the governor to ask Port Authority chief David Sampson to step down in his role.
Mejia, the executive director of New Jersey Working Families Association, said that over the past five years, "Chris Christie has been really bad for New Jersey."
Standing next to Mejia was Caroline Horowitz of Princeton, who came out to express her ire over the distribution of Superstorm Sandy relief funds.
Horowitz, representing New Jersey Main Street Alliance, said not enough businesses who applied for aid received it in the 16 months following the natural disaster.