By Jenna Portnoy and Salvador Rizzo/The Star-Ledger
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie was primed for a year of retail politics as the new chairman of the Republican Governors Association, ready to show up at campaign events all over the country and meet all the right people who could help him run for the White House in 2016.
The RGA says his leadership role is secure — and fellow governors and national GOP leaders spent the weekend closing ranks around the embattled New Jersey governor.
But as several investigations begin to ramp up the George Washington Bridge scandal and the role Christie’s ai...