Obama to Tour Jersey Shore With Gov. Christie

President Barack Obama first toured the destruction left by Sandy in October

Thursday, May 23, 2013  |  Updated 9:19 PM EDT
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Obama Tours Sandy-Ravaged NJ

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President Barack Obama, left, embraces Donna Vanzant, right, during a tour of a neighborhood affected by Sandy, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012 in Brigantine, N.J.

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President Barack Obama plans to give the Jersey Shore a boost with a post-Memorial Day visit to showcase recovery efforts in the aftermath of Sandy.

The White House says the president will tour the coastline with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday and speak about the need to expand economic opportunities for middle-class families hit by the storm. He plans to meet with business and home owners who have benefitted from the recovery.

Obama and Christie were a picture of bipartisanship after Sandy hit in October.

The federal government has spent $1.3 billion to assist families directly victimized by the storm. The government has set aside more than $1 billion to help rebuilding efforts in states and $5.4 billion to help longer-term recovery efforts in the affected states.


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