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Zuckerberg throws Chris Christie a fundraiser

January 25, 2013

Mark Zuckerberg will host a fundraiser for New Jersey governor Chris Christie at Zuckerberg's home in California.

Some say that this is a hint at Zuckerberg's political standpoint, something he has always kept private.  Don't forget, however, that Zuckerberg also attended events with President Obama.  In April of 2011, Facebook also hosted a presidential town hall with Obama.

Christie also is a champion of bipartisan support.  After Super-storm Sandy, his job approval rating reached 74 percent, 56 percent among Democrats.

Do you think this is a sign of Zuckerberg's political standing?

What do you think of Christie's bipartisan support?

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