Gov. Christie Postpones Halloween Until Monday Due to Sandy Damage
The governor says children would face flooding, fallen trees downed power lines and power outages
Christie signed an executive order that postponed Halloween celebrations across New Jersey until Monday, November 5.
Updated at 11:56 AM EDT on Wednesday, Oct 31, 2012
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has signed an executive order postponing Halloween until Monday.
Christie delayed trick-or-treating on Wednesday because he says it's not safe in the wake of damage from Sandy.
The governor says children would face flooding, fallen trees downed power lines and power outages.
A state of emergency still exists in New Jersey because of the storm.
Published at 11:52 AM EDT on Oct 31, 2012
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