KENILWORTH, New Jersey — Gov. Chris Christie is heading to Kenilworth for the latest installment of his town hall series.
Christie is once again expected to tout his proposal to further reform the state's public worker health care and pension system Tuesday.
The event will be held at 3:30 p.m. at Harding Elementary School.
Christie has been holding town hall meetings every week since he presented his preliminary budget plan for the upcoming fiscal year.
He says he plans to continue the ritual until a budget deal is reached in June.
The events may also be helpful practice for Christie as he considers a run for the White House.
Town halls are a staple in early-voting states like New Hampshire, where Christie is expected to spend a lot of time if he chooses to run.