New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie reportedly has been tapped to give the keynote address at the Republican National Convention next month in Tampa,according to NBC News.
Kyle Downey, a convention spokesman, said nothing has been finalized. Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul said “stay tuned” on MSNBC this afternoon.
Christie, a popular governor who decided against running for president, is a frequent surrogate for Mitt Romney. Today, he is helping his party’s standard-bearer raise campaign funds.
CONTINUED at USA Today.