(NEWSER) – A rep for Chris Christie yesterday made it clear that the New Jersey governor has no qualms about the post-Hurricane Sandy tourism ads now in the spotlight, noting that the feds approved the campaign—which featured the Christie family in an election year and was made by a firm whose bid was $2.2 million greater than that of the other finalist. But the Asbury Park Press today reports that Christie's office isn't being so clear on how the "Stronger Than the Storm" campaign came to be. The Press reports that it months ago put in a public records request asking to see the score sheets of the Economic Development Authority committee members who approved MWW's $4.7 million bid.

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