Who will Chris Christie endorse next for president in 2024?
Nov 6
No one
Joe Biden
Donald Trump
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
Nikki Haley

He just suspended his campaign. But who will he endorse?

Resolves "No one" if he makes no endorsement, even during the general election. Otherwise, resolves to the name of the next person he officially endorses for the 2024 presidential election. If he makes some weird joint endorsement, I may resolve to multiple options; however, I think this is unlikely. If he again becomes a candidate, resolves “Chris Christie.”

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This sounds to me like a man who is willing to endorse the Democratic party candidate but isn't going to do it until later in the election cycle when the nominees are finalized.

How does this resolve if he runs as an independent, or if he's the nominee of a third party?

@Unown Hmm, good question. I’m gonna rule that it resolves “Chris Christie,” because if you run, that’s basically endorsing yourself. If anyone feels esp wronged by this I could give them mana.

I think if you hate someone enough you would endorse someone else, not endorsing no one.

What if he says he's writing in Reagan's name in the general or something? Does this resolve to Reagan?

@Joshua If he endorses someone as a write-in candidate, then it would resolve to that person. (It’s possible for him to say he’s voting for someone without endorsing that person - it would depend on the verbiage). Ronald Reagan would be tough though…

@Conflux What if, say, he says after the election that he wrote in his wife's name?

has stated he wont endorse anyone who is willing to become trump's VP

@strutheo More precisely he said he won’t endorse anyone who will support Trump if he’s convincted and wins the primary (which mosts candidates said they would do).