Christie: 'The Boss' Calls at End of Term

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Election Day is just a week away, and while Governor Chris Christie's successor will not take over until January 2018, the current governor says he already knows what he'll be doing on his first day out of office.

And it's not going to Disney.

Christie's first plan after leaving the Governor's Office is to see Bruce Springsteen on Broadway.

The term-limited Republican and avid Springsteen fan announced his plans Monday, October 30th, during a TV appearance on Good Day New York on the city's Fox affiliate.

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Christie's term ends on January 16th.

The governor and his wife plan to see Springsteen's new show The Boss the following evening.

The singer's intimate Broadway hit features the New Jersey native performing several songs alone on stage, and telling stories about growing up.

Christie's lieutenant governor, Kim Gaudagno (R) and her opponent Phil Murphy (D) are running to become the state's next governor. 

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